The list of SSL certificates, from the root certificate to the end-user certificate, represents an SSL certificate chain, or intermediate certificate. These must be installed to a web server with a primary certificate so that your browser can link it to a trusted authority. They are used in Custom SSL zone configurations.
You can use the tool above to decode your SSL certificate to check if you are missing an intermediate certificate.
Missing Intermediate SSL certificate?
If you don't install an intermediate SSL certificate web browsers will display an "Invalid certificate" or "certificate not trusted" error. You can use our Certificate Chain Composer tool to get your intermediate certificates.
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