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From "S.A. Birl" <sbirl+Apache-L...@temple.edu>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache 2.2.4 self-signed SSL problem with openssl 0.9.8e on Solaris 10
Date Fri, 10 Aug 2007 12:51:57 GMT
On Aug 9, 2007, Dragon (nospam-dragon@crimson-dragon.com.ns) typed:

Dragon:  S.A. Birl wrote:
Dragon:  >  Greetings all:
Dragon:  >
Dragon:  >  I recently upgraded my server from Solaris 9 to Solaris 10.
Dragon:  >  I restored my self-signed CRT and privkey.pem from backup,
Dragon:  >  and restored all of my Apache files (minus the binaries) from
Dragon:  >  backup too.  Re-compiled httpd (just in case) and started it up.
Dragon:  >
Dragon:  >  Apache asked for the passphrase and accepted it, but my web browsers
Dragon:  >  wont connect to it.  SeaMonkey says "Data Transfer Interrupted"
Dragon:  >
Dragon:  >  https://concept.temple.edu/
Dragon:  >
Dragon:  >  Generating a new CSR and CRT with openssl 0.9.8e and tried again.
Dragon:  >  Same result.
Dragon:  >
Dragon:  >  Nothing in the error log; nothing in the access log, but lsof says
Dragon:  >  httpd is listening on 443.
Dragon:  >
Dragon:  >  Im baffled.  What could I be over-looking?
Dragon:  >
Dragon:  >
Dragon:  >  Thanks
Dragon:  >   Birl
Dragon:  ---------------- End original message. ---------------------
Dragon:
Dragon:  The site came up in my browser (IE7) but showed a certificate error.
Dragon:  The error is that the certificate is not signed by a trusted authority.



Yes, that's why I said in the OP that it was "self-signed".

Interesting that it came up in IE7, as I confirmed it myself.
So other than it being self-signed, what other reason could there be?
All my other self-signed certificates worked in the past with the same
version of Apache, but an earlier version of openssl.


Thanks
 Birl

Please do not CC me responses to my own posts.
I'll read the responses on the list.

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