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Re: OT redhat.com uses an invalid security certificate.



Craig White wrote:

> that's not the issue...the certificate is signed by
> Akamai which is not
> a certificate issuer that is trusted by default. This
> message is what
> you would see from any certificate presented that is not
> signed by a
> trusted issuer (i.e. self-signed certificates).
> 
> rather than pose solutions that illustrate how little you
> understand the
> problem, you would do better to understand the problem.
> 
> The simple solution is of course the download the
> certificate, examine
> it and decide whether or not you wish to trust the
> certificate.
> 

Are you suggesting that Red Hat is using a self-signed
certificate, this is not some prima donna called Craig
from Azapple (who is full of himself) this is a global 
corporation we are talking about.

I have no intention of trusting a self-signed cert from
a big corp.

I would suggest you dismount from your high horse because
the common name on the server doees not match the cert its 
also a problem on IIS http://support.microsoft.com/kb/813618

Regards,
Vandaman.


      



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