Validating identity unable to find certificate
If Amazon Route 53 is your provider, ACM can create the CNAME record for you as discussed previously in step 9.
If you want to add the record yourself, see Editing Resource Record Sets in the ACM automatically renews your certificate for as long as the certificate is in use and the CNAME record that ACM created for you remains in place in your DNS database.
The databases on DNS servers contain domain records that are used for this translation and to enable other functionality.
For example, A records are a type of DNS record used to map domain names to IPV4 addresses. NS records list all of the name servers for the domain.
DNS validation has a number of advantages over email validation: If your FQDN has already been validated or if you don't have permission to write to the Amazon Route 53 hosted zone for the domain name you are requesting, the Create record in Route 53 button will appear disabled.
For more information about Amazon Route 53 record sets, see Working with Resource Record Sets.
Note Currently, you cannot programmatically request that ACM automatically create your record in Amazon Route 53.
You can, however, make a AWS CLI or API call to Amazon Route 53 to create the record.
In addition, if you use Amazon Route 53 to create your domain, ACM can write the CNAME record for you.The question is, How to solve "The certificate is not valid and cannot be used to verify the identity of this website" error? Here are the details: I have a signed applet that has been working fine, until I updated Java to 8u25 (1.8.0_25-b18). I've checked the java console when this happens, and this warning message is displayed right after these lines: security: Obtain certificate collection in SSL Root CA certificate store security: Invalid certificate from HTTPS server network: Cache entry not found [url: https://sub.domain.net:9876, version: null] The application is downloaded from a different domain, say "https://app.domain.net/.....", so no jars are downloaded from "https://sub.domain.net:9876", but the applet connects to "https://sub.domain.net:9876" to send/receive data.Now, the application shows an alert message "Do you want to continue? The applet is signed correctly, and so far, it meets all the security requirements according to Java.But it might also be the case, that Java 7 did not verify the hostname in the certificate at all, while Java 8 has incomplete verification. Previous version of Java 7 and 8 don't have this issue (SSL certificate restrictions for CN in a different casing). Yes, hitting "Continue" allows the application to load without problems, but the problem is that I am the developer of this application, and it is not good for the business that this app keep asking the customer if he/she trusts the site/app.Anyway, this solved the issue, and now we receive a gentle information message about the domain: If you trust the certificate and the website you are accessing, hit Continue to get past this message. I also doubt it is case sensitive, but to be sure, I'll search some more info about it.
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It might be, hat Java8 now does stricter checks for the names in the certificate. Yes, that is a possibility, but the website's certificate is a wildcard one, which is used in multiple subdomains (my.domain.net, test.domain.net, domain.net), so I would expect this certificate to be valid for Java too.