On Friday 22 August 2008 02:33:38 pm Martin Sourada wrote: > On Fri, 2008-08-22 at 21:04 +0200, Kai Engert wrote: > > Parts of the Fedora infrastructure do not use certificates issued by a > > CA already trusted by Firefox, but from Fedora's own certificate > > authority. > > > > If you decide to trust Fedora to issue certificates that can identify > > web sites, you could decide to import that CA cert to your set of > > trusted roots. > > > > You could go to https://admin.fedoraproject.org/fingerprints and install > > the CA certificate available from the bottom of that page. > > > > (Unfortunately the mime type currently is not application/x-x509-ca-cert > > so you have to safe that file, and then open it, you might even have to > > go to certificate manager and open the authorities tab, then import from > > there.) > > > > You can confirm the origin of the certificate by comparing the > > fingerprint presented by Firefox with the one listed on the fingerprints > > page (at least you'll know that the fingerprints page and the CA are > > controlled by the same people). > > > > Hope that helps, > > Kai > > I've already added an exception for https://koji.fedoraproject.org/ both > in epiphany and firefox (I trust the fedora issued certificates), > however this pages seems rather like my certificate is not being > recognized by koji as signed by "known CA authority"... > > Martin Did you remove the old user certificate from your browser? and make sure you import the new one. Dennis
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