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Google blogged about flagging Certificates using SHA-1 here -> Gradually sunsetting SHA-1 There's no reason to get a new certificate yet as Chrome won't be actually blocking the certificate just treated as “secure, but with minor errors”, I believe that some issuers are offering to reissue certificate but as always, YMMV.
Solved. The problem was indeed triggered by installing Apple Mavericks/ML Security Update 2015-004. As mentioned in this Apple release note, it included updates to the certificate trust policy. There was a duplicate certificate installed (with a wrong serial no.), removing it fixed the problem. The serial number for the cert as published by Apple matched ...
You don't need to get another new certificate. In order to resolve this issue, you need to just reissue your certificate with SHA-2 signature. That's it.
There are two chains up to Verisign Class 3 G5. At one point, Verisign was chaining to that root via a longer chain, and some OSes were confused when walking up the AIA versus walking up the chain handed by the server to the client. This sounds like a significant problem, especially since the combined Symantec properties are the largest tier 1 CAs. I do ...
The PKI model works on the trust you can give to the initial third party. Namely, the root CA. If you trust the root CA, you should import their root certificate, so that any certificate they issue (sign) will be automatically accepted by your system. If you do not trust the CA, well there is nothing more you can do. So why would you trust CAcert.org ? ...
Trusting a CA means that you trust the CA for all certificates issued by this CA. But because all CAs are treated the same by the browser (except for EV certificates) any CA could create a certificate for any site. This means it is enough if a single trusted CA is not as trustworthy as needed and this kind of trust problems happened several times in the ...
I found a solution as I was looking for; http://blog.engelke.com/2015/03/03/creating-x-509-certificates-with-web-crypto-and-pkijs/ But I'll try pem modulus at first. Because it works on back-end and seems more simple.
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