The error message ″Server certificate does NOT include an ID which matches the server name″ suggests that there is a problem with the setting of the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol for your Apache installation (Apache is part of XAMPP). The good news is that fixing it is a lot simpler than fixing some of the other issues that might occur with XAMPP.
What is the dummy SSL configuration in XAMPP?
To test the SSL answers, XAMPP is set up using a fake configuration of the secure sockets layer (SSL). It is impossible for this dummy to match the environment of your local XAMPP installation since you would need to have a self-signed certificate that matches this setup. TomXampp asked: and how am I supposed to stop them?
How do I Find my Apache server certificate?
- First things first, have a look through the file, which might possibly be located in a slightly different location depending on whether or not you’re using Apache on Fedora, Red Hat, or CentOS.
- Servers running Debian and Ubuntu should have it located at the first location listed above.
- Look for language that explains the warning notice that the server certificate does NOT have an ID that matches the server name.