From what I can tell you are showing secure and nonsecure content on the site. This results in the prompt when loading the site.
TrustLogo Html Builder Code:
Shows the logo at URL http://www.willofthewind.com/images/Trust.gif
Logo type is ("SC4")
Floating on the Bottom Left
<a href="http://www.instantssl.com" id="comodoTL">SSL</a>
The urls need to have https://
The firefox error I get @ your site is as follows.
You have requested an encrypted page that contains some unencrypted information. Information that you see or enter on this page could easily be read by a third party.
This has to do with the above code example. Make sure all content that you are showing on your site is coming from an https://
Hello Pixelus, I thought I replied yesterday, but I don’t see it so. . .
Thank you for your comments and suggestions. I think I have fixed the errant images now, but that wasn’t the problem for which I’m seeking a solution. (Also, no, I don’t want all pages on the site to be https.)
I’m having a situation where Firefox 3.0.5 doesn’t allow any access to secure sites using Comodo and the error message I get is the same one you posted.
Hopefully Comodo will have a solution for this. :THNK
I am having the same Firefox issue with www.patriciawulff.com when the secure pages are invoked by attempting to check out - works fine in Opera and IE7. I am on Fluid hosting which uses H-Sphere control panel.
Thinking that there was a problem with the cert, I just requested a replacement.
We are getting the same error message with our hosting provider. We have used PC’s with Windows 7, Vista and XP all with different version of FF ranging from 3.0.5 to 3.0.19 but we keep getting this error message. Our Host keeps saying that its working on their end and its something to do with our cache. We have asked colleagues on different networks to try it out and they get the same error. Our host finally agreed to re-install the cert, but we are still getting the same error message. Can someone at comodo please help out. The server URL is
and the error is
Error code: sec_error_unknown_issuer
If you get the same error on FF, please post it here so that I can redirect my host to this forum so that they may see for themselves that the problem is not just with our computer and our client computers.
It seems that you have a GeoTrust certificate. Unfortunately most of us are not aware of GeoTrust’s SSL certificate hierarchies. However, I would suspect it is the same issue throughout this thread… Missing Intermediates.