I have Uniform running on a Windows 10 platform and all is working except when I use Chrome.
Using IE or Edge to browsing to my local server using a DNS name "https://mysite.co.uk" (example) works fine.
Chrome however posts the following response:
Attackers might be trying to steal your information from mysite.co.uk (for example, passwords, messages, or credit cards). Learn more
I have learnt that since Chrome 58 the browser is not using the Common Name part of the certificate, it uses the Subject Alternate Names (SAN) to verify the address.
Is there a simple way of reconfiguring the openssl files supplied so that a SAN is added to the certificate when I use the GUI: "Apache->Apache SSL->Server Certificate and Key Generation"? Alternatively can you advise how using the command line/config files I can achieve the same outcome of a SAN?
Many thanks :-)