MUPX SSL passes SSL Tests except for Insecure <form> call


#1

I’ve successfully installed and deployed my meteor website using MUPX and SSL. I also added the force-ssl package. I’m using a Godaddy “Protect One Site” SSL Certificate.

• When I enter my url or refresh the url in Safari, the Padlock appears and remains.

• When I enter my url or refresh the url in Firefox, the Padlock has a yellow triangle over it.

• When I enter my url or refresh the url in Chrome, the Padlock appears Green, and then it disappears and goes gray.

I’ve tested my SSL using a variety of sites, which report my SSL is working properly – with Quayls Lab giving me an overall rating of A+.

However, when I went to use “Why No Padlock” (https://www.whynopadlock.com/check.php), it reports a single exception – shown below:

**Insecure call. **
Found on line # 248 in file: mysite.com/c3c8bdf46b9ade2f3d6c11ed6c6902607790c4ff.js?meteor_js_resource=true
(Note: Chrome will show a security error for any secure page with an insecure call on the page)

QUESTION: How do I locate the js file causing this insecure call? – i.e. how do i map “mysite.com/c3c8bdf46b9ade2f3d6c11ed6c6902607790c4ff.js” to my code?

Any direction is greatly appreciated.

Regards… Jim


#2

I discovered one issue relating to my having referenced my favicon.ico via http vs https. With this correction, the Padlock for Safari is good, and the Padlock for both Chrome and Firefox is green, and remains green.

However, “Why No Padlock” (https://www.whynopadlock.com/check.php) still reports a single exception – shown below:

Insecure call.
Found on line # 248 in file: mysite.com/c3c8bdf46b9ade2f3d6c11ed6c6902607790c4ff.js?meteor_js_resource=true
(Note: Chrome will show a security error for any secure page with an insecure call on the page)

I did find the referenced js file by using the chrome console resources tab, but I’m struggling to relate this consolidated file back to a specific instance of my code.

Thoughts?

Thanks… Jim


#3

Try asking here mate https://github.com/arunoda/meteor-up

Your doing good, I can’t even get mupx to deploy my site. Hope to reach where you are at soon


#4

Thanks for the feedback. I just posted on at https://github.com/arunoda/meteor-up/issues/1038

As an FYI, I installed MUPX on Ubuntu. I had issues getting it to deploy, which I resolved by completely uninstalling all instances of node.js from the server. If you have any other meteor instances, the nmp and node.js they install may be causing issues for your MUPX deployment.


#5

Oh, and I forgot to mention the most important edit I made to mup.json that may have saved me from having to uninstall all the node.js instances from my server, and then reinstalling node.js.

   "deployCheckWaitTime": 60,  

I changed 15 to 60, and it then deployed.