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Re: Hard time to verify ssl server certificate.

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-02-23 04:03:03 CET

On Feb 17, 2005, at 3:42 PM, Josef Wolf wrote:
> But when I connect to the same sever with svn, and svn asks me to
> verify
> the certificate, it prints me a completely _different_ fingerprint.

Hm, I can't reproduce this using the latest svn code. (And the ssl
code hasn't been touched in ages.)

For example, when I tell mozilla to look at


It shows me 2 different fingerprints: one for SHA1, one for MD5.

Then when I 'svn ls' the same URL, I see the SHA1 fingerprint
displayed, and it's the same as what I saw in mozilla:

Certificate information:
  - Hostname: Brian W. Fitzpatrick
  - Valid: from Feb 17 17:06:40 2005 GMT until Feb 15 17:06:40 2015 GMT
  - Issuer: Cooks, Red Bean Software, Chicago, IL, US
  - Fingerprint:

> Is this a known problem? Or have I simply skrewed up my installation?

There's no known problem here, and I can't reproduce the behavior.
Maybe you can show us the details of your mismatch?

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