[Snort-users] certificate verify error

Jill Tovey jill.tovey at ...8678...
Tue Apr 8 09:36:03 EDT 2003


I have tried that

when writing 

curl -k https://jj.mandrake/snortcenter/sensor.php?

It seems to work (i.e doesn't return any errors)

but still, I get the certificate error.


On Tue, 2003-04-08 at 17:10, Erick Mechler wrote:
> :: I am getting a certificate error when adding my sensor:
> :: 
> :: At the address
> :: https://jj.mandrake/snortcenter/sensor.php
> :: 
> :: It cannot connect to jj.mandrake:443
> :: 
> :: (returns the following error:
> :: curl: (35) SSL: error:14090086:SSL
> :: routines:SSL3_GET_SERVER_CERTIFICATE:certificate verify failed )
> 
> See the -k option to curl (from the man page):
> 
>        -k/--insecure
>               (SSL) This option explicitly allows curl to perform
>               "insecure"  SSL connections and transfers. Starting
>               with  curl  7.10,  all  SSL  connections  will   be
>               attempted  to  be  made secure by using the CA cer-
>               tificate bundle installed by  default.  This  makes
>               all   connections  considered  "insecure"  to  fail
>               unless -k/--insecure is used.
> 
>               If this option is used twice, the second time  will
>               again disable it.






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