I tried to install certificate for confluence as mentioned here :
But still have the same issue that the site is untrusted and the certificate is not trusted.
So how to solve this problem I need to use https for safety of my data.
Hassan Jamila (N2N Connect)
Can you check the domain on the certificate name? In the browser location bar, click on the padlock icon, then drill down (not sure which browser you are using) then try to find the domain name. It's possible there's a typo in the certificate name, or you've used a self-signed certificate.
That said, you're better off using a reverse proxy such as nginx to manage https. See this article https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/running-confluence-behind-nginx-with-ssl-858772080.html
Some further questions:
If both of the above are true, consider using Let's Encrypt in combination with nginx above to securely serve Confluence over https.
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