NET::ERR_CERT_COMMON_NAME_INVALID

Osama Mansoor 66 Reputation points
2021-11-16T04:40:45.253+00:00

We have enabled SSL certificate on Oracle EBS Application (Windows Internal CA and Internal certificate) and its successfully installed also it works fine on Internet explorer and firefox but on Google Chrome (for all systems) it prompts NET::ERR_CERT_COMMON_NAME_INVALID

I do not understand why only google chrome shows this error.

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EDIT:

We have Oracle EBS 12.2.9 on which we wanted to enable SSL / TLS 1.2 therefore we have followed oracle SSL / TLS documents/Procedure resulting SSL/TLS is enabled on Oracle EBS 12.2.9 and the site is showing secured on Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox however when same Oracle EBS 12.2.9 is open in Google Chrome (from any computer) it gives "NET::ERR_CERT_COMMON_NAME_INVALID" error.

We are using Microsoft Internal CA (Inhouse-CA) for both root and intermediate certificates for SSL and all machines are on the domain also certificate is showing valid on Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox but on Google Chrome its shows an SSL warning.

Followed below documents

Enabling TLS in Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2 ( Doc ID 1367293.1 )

Can someone please let me know if Google chrome making issues with the length or Algorithm of the In-house certificate?

Root Certificate : (Windows Internal CA)

Signate Algorithm : SHA256RSA

Signature hash Algorithm : SHA256

Public Key : RSA (2048 Bits)

Version : V3

Intermediate Certificate : (Generate through Windows Internal Certificate Server)

Signate Algorithm : SHA256RSA

Signature hash Algorithm : SHA256

Public Key : RSA (2048 Bits)

Version : V3

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