Re: HTTP works on SSL Port !
Date: Sun, 9 Nov 2003 22:22:38 +0800
Mm.. what OS is that ?
My IIS 5.0 will not serve such request.
Please respond to newsgroups only ...
"J-Philippe Pouliot" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I have a site in IIS that "Require secure chanel (SSL)" is checked.
> TCP Port : 6666
> SSL Port : 7777
> When I try http://mysite:6666 - I see a page indicate that the site
> require SSL - GOOD !
> When I try https://mysite:7777 - I see my page with the yellow lock
> and when I double-click on the lock, I see the certificate - GOOD !
> But if I try http://mysite:7777 - I see the page with the yellow lock
> and when I double-click on the lock, I see "This type of document does
> not have a security certificate" - WHY ?
> Why can I call the SSL port whitout HTTPS ?
> Tanks !
> J-Philippe !
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