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Re: windows and ssl-ignore-unknown-ca = true

From: Patrick Mayweg <mayweg_at_qint.de>
Date: 2003-05-07 20:28:23 CEST

Hi Solo,
just to return to your original question, I am attaching a registry
export file which works for https://svn.collab.net

solo turn wrote:

>thanks! with this option it works.
>if you don't set these options, it does not work. i do not think the
>file is the cause, it works for the proxy entries. and it behaves
>like this if you store the values in the registry too ... so it seems
>to be buglet ;)
>in general:
>i think these ssl options could be simpler. one option to continue or
>not should be sufficient.
>why? if you have a special case to trust, enter it in a dedicated
>section, or you install the issuers certificate.
>--- Patrick Mayweg <mayweg@qint.de> wrote:
>>Hi Solo,
>>you have to set ssl-ignore-host-mismatch = true and
>>ssl-ignore-unknown-ca = true because your CA is not know and the
>>name in
>>the certificate does not match the name you specified in the url.
>>copying the file from unix, I fear that the different EOL maybe a
>>of problems.

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