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TLS certificate validation failure


Does anyone know why TLS would report that a site's certificate failed
to verify even though I know it is in fact valid?  My cafile.pem file
had the certificate authority that issued the certificate in it.
Tomte25 schrieb:

> Does anyone know why TLS would report that a site's certificate failed
> to verify even though I know it is in fact valid?  My cafile.pem file
> had the certificate authority that issued the certificate in it.

Have you tried to verify the certificate with the OpenSSL command-line
tool? Something like

> openssl verify -CAfile cafile.pem server.pem

should tell you whether the problem comes from OpenSSL or the tls package.

If your certificate still seems valid you could try to turn on
tls-debugging, either by setting ::tls::debug to 1, or directly by
putting a puts "$option $args" at the beginning of the tls::callback
procedure (contained in the file tls.tcl in your tls installation.)

HTH,

--
 => Christian Nassau, http://www.nullhomotopie.de

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