I am using an SSL certificate for a website and the server redirects all http connections to https (a conscious choice). A tool provided by the CA says that the certificate has been installed succesfully, but when I visit the website...
- with Firefox, the connection is initially shown as "partially encrypted" (no lock sign), but if I click on more information, identity is shown to be verified by the CA. Also, if I go to another tab and come back, the connection is shown as secure, with the lock sign displayed and the certificate correctly shown to be verified by the CA. Then, if I refresh the page or if I navigate to another page on the same domain the connection is shown again as partially encrypted. This could be a bug, but still it does happen.
- with Opera, the connection is shown as insecure and if I click on details about the connection, it says that "The server attempted to apply security measures, but failed."
- with Chromium or IE, the connection is shown as secure, with the lock sign displayed and everything working as expected.
Any thoughts on why the above occur?