Do you have a question? Post it now! No Registration Necessary. Now with pictures!
- Posted on
January 13, 2010, 10:15 am
rate this thread
I'm trying to diagnose a problem reported by a customer. They are
reporting an error message "The security certificate presented by this
website has expired or is not yet valid" (using MSIE on XP) via the
usual chinese whispers route.
I'm not able to replicate the error with any of the tools I have to
hand. I suspect it may be a problem with the certificate chain on the
https server they are trying to access.
Does anybody know how to fetch just the certificates from a server
over HTTPS and dump them in files? (nothing obvious in the openssl nor
curl man pages).
Re: Retrieve (public) certificate chain from remote HTTPS server
Certainly the certificates checked out OK (thanks Dick!). The clients
date/time was my first thought - but not very easy to verify - when we
got a seperate report from another user I wanted to check all other
possibilities. More Microsoft strangeness, I guess.
- » Cloud Ace Technologies is offering Implementation Services on Cloud Computing, Cloud Serv...
- — Newest thread in » Linux Security