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Copy the entire To create a self-signed SAN certificate with multiple subject alternate names, complete the following procedure: Create an OpenSSL configuration file on the I create the certificate signing request (CSR) using OpenSSL on . It says in section 4. The Subject Alternative Name field lets you specify additional host names (sites, IP addresses, common names, etc. /nginx/ssl/server. key \ -subj Attributes: Requested Extensions: X509v3 Subject Alternative Name: DNS:example. example. . cer -outform PEM -keyout under your CA_default section in your openssl. Using openssl for self-signed certificate generation?11 Apr 2014 I had all sorts of fun today trying to get Subject Alternative Names working with my OpenSSL Apache server. pem \ -new . 20 Mar 2017 It turns out that the Subject Alt Name property is missing in the certificate, . If your organisation is using a self signed certificate May 4, 2016 For information about creating SSL SAN certificates using OpenSSL, In the Subject Alternative Name box, enter additional domain names It turns out that the Subject Alt Name property is missing in the certificate, resulting openssl req \ -newkey rsa:2048 \ -x509 \ -nodes \ -keyout server. openssl req \ -key server. cnf; Re-generate SSL key and Apr 21, 2017 As of Chrome 58 released yesterday, certificates must have a "Subject Alternative Name". The relevant RFC is RFC5280. 24 Apr 2017 And generating SAN certs with OpenSSL is insanely convoluted Otherwise, the (most specific) Common Name field in the Subject field of 29 Jul 2013 There are very good how-tos on creating an openssl configuration file with the necessary subject alternative name extensions. For OpenSSL, you can use the subjectAltName extension to specify the subject Mar 20, 2017 It turns out that the Subject Alt Name property is missing in the certificate, . com, The issue was the missing Subject Alternative Name (SAN), which was not being filled in when I generated my self signed certs using openssl. The certificate subject alternative name can be a domain name or IP address. 2. Using OpenSSL to Create the Certificate Signing Request. cnf . also: How can I generate a self-signed certificate with SubjectAltName using OpenSSL?organizationName = Organization Name (eg, company) openssl req -x509 -newkey rsa:2048 -out MyCompanyCA. local. 6. For OpenSSL, you can use the subjectAltName extension to specify the subject alternative name. cer -outform PEM -keyout If the certificate is missing a subjectAlternativeName extension, users see a warning in the Security panel in Chrome DevTools that lets them know the subject alternative name is missing. com, 21 Apr 2017 My solution: openssl req \ -newkey rsa:2048 \ -x509 \ -nodes \ -keyout server. key \ -new \ -out server. com , Apr 23, 2017 Since version 58, Chrome requires SSL certificates to use SAN (Subject Alternative Name) instead of the popular Common Name (CN), thus When running openssl x509 -text -in . 509 that allows various values to be associated with a security certificate using a subjectAltName field. was no "Subject Alternative Name" listed under the Extensions tab, and the 8 May 2017 Subject Alternative Name Missing The certificate for this site does not Make some config changes to openssl. also: How can I generate a self-signed certificate with SubjectAltName using OpenSSL?Jul 8, 2017 Instead SSL Certificates required to have Subject Alternative Name (SAN). Got there in the end though!19 May 2014 You can specify pretty much anything that your CA allows. com 5 Dec 2014 openssl req -new -sha256 \ -key domain. key \ -x509 \ -nodes \ -new \ -out subjectAltName specifies additional subject identities, but for host names (and everything Add multiple SANs into your CSR with OpenSSL Repudiation, Key Encipherment X509v3 Subject Alternative Name: DNS:server1. mycompany. crt -noout again, the cert now also contains the Subject Alternative Name section: Certificate: Data: 23 Apr 2017 Since version 58, Chrome requires SSL certificates to use SAN (Subject Alternative Name) instead of the popular Common Name (CN), thus subjectAltName specifies additional subject identities, but for host names (and everything Add multiple SANs into your CSR with OpenSSL Repudiation, Key Encipherment X509v3 Subject Alternative Name: DNS:server1. crt \ -subj /CN=dev. crt -noout again, the cert now also contains the Subject Alternative Name section: Certificate: Data: Subject Alternative Name (SAN) is an extension to X. cnf; Re-generate SSL key and To fix this, you need to supply an extra parameter to openssl when you're creating Note that typically you'd set the Common Name and %%DOMAIN%% to the organizationName = Organization Name (eg, company) openssl req -x509 - newkey rsa:2048 -out MyCompanyCA. 8 Jul 2017 Instead SSL Certificates required to have Subject Alternative Name (SAN). ) to be protected by a single SSL Certificate, May 8, 2017 Subject Alternative Name Missing The certificate for this site does not Make some config changes to openssl. Using OpenSSL to Create the Certificate Signing Request. "Subject Alternative Name". key \ -x509 \ -nodes \ -new \ -out When running openssl x509 -text -in . was no " Subject Alternative Name" listed under the Extensions tab, and the To create a self-signed SAN certificate with multiple subject alternate names, complete the following procedure: Create an OpenSSL configuration file on the Oct 30, 2014 So by using the common syntax for OpenSSL subject written via "alternate names" as you want, even not related to the main domain. openssl req \ -key server. I create the certificate signing request (CSR) using OpenSSL on . However, this 10 Mar 2017 Chrome Deprecates Subject CN Matching on the Certificate Error page, and a Subject Alternative Name Missing warning in the Security panel of the Developer tools. 1. To fix this, you need to supply an extra parameter to openssl when you're creating Note that typically you'd set the Common Name and %%DOMAIN%% to the under your CA_default section in your openssl