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sicky 
CA Certificate
Posted on 14-Oct-2021 9:40:08
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Hi All

Last night tried to log on to here with my Amiga but it wouldn’t let me onto the site, it stated CA Certification was faulty, several other sites gave the same message, Amigans and Hyperion. Do I need to download anything to solve the problem?

Mick

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Re: CA Certificate
Posted on 14-Oct-2021 10:58:23
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@sicky

AmiSSL?

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Re: CA Certificate
Posted on 15-Oct-2021 8:51:57
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From: Växjö, Sweden

@sicky

Odyssey?

https://amigaworld.net//modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?post_id=802206&topic_id=42072&forum=32

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sicky 
Re: CA Certificate
Posted on 23-Oct-2021 9:42:25
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@smf

I have installed latest AmiSSL
and the sites still won’t load?

Mick

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petrol 
Re: CA Certificate
Posted on 23-Oct-2021 9:54:04
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From: France

@sicky

Try to download the last CA Certs from mozzilla here.
You hate te rename the file to "curl-ca-bundle.crt" and copy it in the right place.

On my side I wrote a little script to download and rename it automatically that I launch once a month ;).

It looks like this:
Quote:
C:curl -o SYS:Devs/Internet/curl-ca-bundle.crt --time-cond SYS:Devs/Internet/curl-ca-bundle.crt https://curl.se/ca/cacert.pem
c:copy SYS:Devs/Internet/curl-ca-bundle.crt to DH2:Internet/Odyssey/curl-ca-bundle.crt


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sicky 
Re: CA Certificate
Posted on 23-Oct-2021 10:10:18
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@petrol

Can somebody please point me towards the latest CA cert file version for MUIOWB and Odyssey browsers? The ones I have won't allow me into lots of sites.

Mick

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Mobileconnect 
Re: CA Certificate
Posted on 23-Oct-2021 10:33:57
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@sicky

They use AmiSSL too right, so fix it once, fix it everywhere

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petrol 
Re: CA Certificate
Posted on 23-Oct-2021 10:45:37
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@sicky

Download the file cacert.pm here : https://curl.se/ca/cacert.pem
Rename it as curl-ca-bundle.crt
Copy it in your Odyssey/MUIOWB drawer.
I also copy it in Devs:Internet/ in case some other soft need it.

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sicky 
Re: CA Certificate
Posted on 23-Oct-2021 13:16:51
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From: Essex, UK

@petrol

I did that still not working Odyssey or Timberwolf!

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sicky 
Re: CA Certificate
Posted on 23-Oct-2021 13:19:08
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@petrol

Ironically NetSurf is working on this site but gives errors!

Mick

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nbache 
Re: CA Certificate
Posted on 23-Oct-2021 21:36:56
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@sicky

Are you using the latest Odyssey - 1.23 r5_beta07 from May 19 2020?

Best regards,

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sicky 
Re: CA Certificate
Posted on 27-Oct-2021 11:00:09
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@nbache

I believe so yes.

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Re: CA Certificate
Posted on 27-Oct-2021 16:26:38
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@sicky

It worked for me, when I did it, are you sure you don’t have any typo’s in the filename, maybe use snoopy. does the program open the file.

Last edited by NutsAboutAmiga on 27-Oct-2021 at 04:27 PM.

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redfox 
Re: CA Certificate
Posted on 28-Oct-2021 21:18:07
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Posts: 1876
From: Canada

@sicky

Today, I have been using my OS4 system for the first time since October8, 2021.

I received the same message as you did accessing Amigaworld, Amiga.org and Amigans.net

Peer certificate cannot be authenticated with known CA certificates

I have updated the curl-ca-bundle.crt file and now Odyssey is ok.

However, some of my other web browsers don't like the new info.

Origyn Web Browser 3.32 (Pukapuka) gives me the same error message, even after I updated the curl-ca-bundle.crt file.

Peer certificate cannot be authenticated with known CA certificates

And I have no idea where Timberwolf keeps this info.

I think it is time for me to retire Origyn and Timberwolf.

At one time OWB (Origyn Web Browser) was my go to web browser.

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sicky 
Re: CA Certificate
Posted on 29-Oct-2021 10:12:12
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From: Essex, UK

@redfox

I have updated Odyssey to latest version, still not working and now NetSurf has stopped working with same error message. I updated the curl-ca-bundle.crt file but can't remember where I got it. Can yoiu send me a link to correct file and tell me where it goes within the Odyssey file structure? Many thanks.

Mick

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redfox 
Re: CA Certificate
Posted on 29-Oct-2021 18:37:42
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From: Canada

@sicky

For Odyssey:

There is a file in the main Odyssey drawer called "curl-ca-bundle.crt"

Delete this file or rename it to something like zzzcurl-ca-bundle.crt

Then download the new file called "cacert.pm"

Click on this link and it should download the required file ...

https://curl.se/ca/cacert.pem


Move this file to the main Odyssey drawer and rename this file to curl-ca-bundle.crt


For NetSurf:

The equivalent file is called "ca-bundle" and it is located in the resources drawer inside the main NetSurf drawer.

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Last edited by redfox on 29-Oct-2021 at 06:40 PM.
Last edited by redfox on 29-Oct-2021 at 06:38 PM.

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redfox 
Re: CA Certificate
Posted on 29-Oct-2021 18:57:53
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@sicky

One more observation, Odyssey 1.23 r5_beta07 seems to expect to find curl-ca-bundle.crt in the PROGDIR: (i.e. Main Odyssey drawer). As far as I can determine, this version of Odyssey will not look anywhere else.

I had my security settings set to DEVS:curl-ca-bundle.crt and this new version of Odyssey would not go there. This setting worked fine on the previous version of Odyssey 1.23.

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