SSL on Intranet

Problems with the Linux version of XAMPP, questions, comments, and anything related.

SSL on Intranet

Postby TobyWild » 22. February 2021 04:44

Hi everyone,

I'm a web dev been thrown into the DevOps side of thing and I've got a problem.

I have an Intranet server running CentOS, Apache, MySql, Php, and the site is accessible on intranet.livedomainname.com.au, and livedomainname.com.au is a real domain that the world can access, with intranet. being only available internally.

The problem is the website we are serving is only being delivered over HTTP, and Edge has decided to simply block all HTTP sites now.
So they can't access the intranet.

In Chrome you get the "This site is unsafe > Click to continue".

I know I need to generate a SSL, but will a self-signed cert be trusted enough?
TobyWild
 
Posts: 1
Joined: 22. February 2021 04:38
XAMPP version: 7.3.27
Operating System: CentIS

Re: SSL on Intranet

Postby Nobbie » 22. February 2021 17:24

As far as i know, that is only an option in Edge, not a MUST. You can enable an option to block insecure contents, but you also can disable that option. See https://www.windowsdispatch.com/how-to- ... e-browser/

Anyway, i would recommend simply to use another browser (Opera?!). I dont think self-signed certificate will work if unsecure content is blocked in Edge. That would not make any sense.
Nobbie
 
Posts: 11918
Joined: 09. March 2008 13:04


Return to XAMPP for Linux

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 19 guests