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From Lieven Govaerts <...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Update from 1.8.5 to 1.8.8 breaks my self-signed numeric IP certificate
Date Tue, 04 Mar 2014 08:27:03 GMT
On Tue, Mar 4, 2014 at 8:17 AM, Lieven Govaerts <lgo@apache.org> wrote:
> Hi Daniel.
>
> On Tue, Mar 4, 2014 at 1:46 AM, Daniel Widdis <widdis@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi, Lieven.  No worries about sending the key... I can generate a new one
>> if/when this gets resolved!
>>
>> In regard to the serf1 conversation, I'm using the latest version on
>> macports, 1.3.2.  I can work to try to get 1.3.4 loaded somehow but
>> understand that may not be required.
>
> Yes it is, I think upgrading to serf >1.3.3 will solve this problem
> for you. Also, I can confirm that macports has serf 1.3.4:
> http://www.macports.org/ports.php?by=library&substr=serf1
>
>>
>> Here's the output of the openssl command you requested.  This is using a
>> self-signed cert that works with 1.8.5 and fails with 1.8.8.
>>
>> <danielwiddis> ~ $ openssl s_client -connect 192.168.100.59:443
>> CONNECTED(00000003)
>> depth=0 CN = 192.168.100.59
>> verify error:num=20:unable to get local issuer certificate
>> verify return:1
>> depth=0 CN = 192.168.100.59
>> verify error:num=21:unable to verify the first certificate
>> verify return:1
>
> Interesting. I was convinced you could only get the second error with
> chains of length > 1, but that assumption is clearly invalid.
>
> This does point in the direction of the two issues Bert fixed in serf
> 1.3.3 + svn 1.8.8:
> 1. The second error is error
> X509_V_ERR_UNABLE_TO_VERIFY_LEAF_SIGNATURE. Before serf 1.3.3 this
> code wasn't recognized, so serf returned it as "unknown cert error".
> Svn doesn't allow a user to permanently trust a cert with unknown
> errors.
> 2. You get two verification errors at depth 0, which means the svn
> server credentials callback is called twice.
> Since svn 1.8.8, you'll get two prompts:
> - the first allows you to permanently accept the "unable to get local
> issuer certificate",
> - the second prompt's behaviour will depend on svn/serf version
>   - svn 1.8.8 with serf <1.3.3: you can temporarily accept the "unknown error"
>   - svn 1.8.8 with serf > 1.3.3: you should be able to permanently
> accept the ""issuer is not trusted" error

Of course, if you permanently trust the cert in the first prompt, you
won't see the second prompt anymore because svn will answer that from
the cache.

> So in summary, try upgrading to serf > 1.3.3, it should solve your issue.
>
> Lieven
>
>> ---
>> Certificate chain
>>  0 s:/CN=192.168.100.59
>>    i:/CN=192.168.100.59
>> ---
>> Server certificate
>> -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----
>> MIIC2TCCAcGgAwIBAgIJAPKhN26bz/IrMA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBBQUAMBkxFzAVBgNV
>> BAMTDjE5Mi4xNjguMTAwLjU5MB4XDTE0MDMwMTAyMjExNloXDTI0MDIyNzAyMjEx
>> NlowGTEXMBUGA1UEAxMOMTkyLjE2OC4xMDAuNTkwggEiMA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBAQUA
>> A4IBDwAwggEKAoIBAQDhpux+KA5HmT78yVFLiasC87R/TelmFlm64UimUllPJuQ/
>> n8Hwf+2Zinju675LZByPzAnV7qBhJa17o6RO73alUM1zBdK2Aow4TbJR7hbs5iaa
>> 6W8z8GeCL4vo8pg7RHaTtiLu8+fiSgtR9A7+pSl7v91NhpEC9amd5HT95HQnJrD6
>> QssZEboKSqzWetR/uKjtG9/7VvIQW/kg4GLPHGC4uvQEbQhvClDDaIQ2b6Oxr6Zy
>> JTxjuzGh+GlewUOVfT0P6LphFVFZj5Q4XgnhUQcOp4dG2w7B+MokwDksHq/g0Mfy
>> tdPuZs+DxrB3NmTDV2yUK/CMjaf391VVGnf0zq7zAgMBAAGjJDAiMAsGA1UdDwQE
>> AwIEMDATBgNVHSUEDDAKBggrBgEFBQcDATANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQUFAAOCAQEAEor/
>> UEO6OKabsQhcAqi6cyjhbEbiDAM78IAQYD6HdY1+XQWNb3P+JxBoojKLJfcC5Lgf
>> 7kvwWj3F0jeByxsHxcaNGmwEAnr1apuDZNb9o6++oHsMI5Cb8CznSjEUgsKhk8cK
>> dfH66dd2wHuPyrNVrKrkDFexvwuZ92NkT/WhCZkrWPUXz+F4dolAiIxvgNQkGSgc
>> aSUA/f9owl0/PJYOV542etU/fPTlwvAklsE8wMFPXwOyzWr/kueAYUSkKgN9/Vv4
>> 2cw7VXXQmQjUGaKW2XQ12TIhtP5jRSpLevT9Dwp9LoCl5aq49gz+aUEWtRt0Vobm
>> U2pyvf2Ke++z7j+eBA==
>> -----END CERTIFICATE-----
>> subject=/CN=192.168.100.59
>> issuer=/CN=192.168.100.59
>> ---
>> No client certificate CA names sent
>> ---
>> SSL handshake has read 1611 bytes and written 518 bytes
>> ---
>> New, TLSv1/SSLv3, Cipher is DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA
>> Server public key is 2048 bit
>> Secure Renegotiation IS supported
>> Compression: NONE
>> Expansion: NONE
>> SSL-Session:
>>     Protocol  : TLSv1
>>     Cipher    : DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA
>>     Session-ID:
>> 004AEB4377EDD3362C1D36B88B51B21F6033065CDEBBC5EA78D0575242CDF6C3
>>     Session-ID-ctx:
>>     Master-Key:
>> 68784FE78DC7C4374FF2CEF0EC59AF4B8570EB75DC62806F987863DA4771C4D86D5ADCA9A7D112C51B403202BA26029A
>>     Key-Arg   : None
>>     PSK identity: None
>>     PSK identity hint: None
>>     SRP username: None
>>     TLS session ticket:
>>     0000 - d8 1e ea f1 26 96 70 cc-02 37 2c 9d df 47 0d 8a ....&.p..7,..G..
>>     0010 - b5 4d 77 32 3c 7a e7 21-fc eb 3e 8f e9 da 36 d2 .Mw2<z.!..>...6.
>>     0020 - 1a da cb 52 64 92 ff f4-f5 54 7d e0 82 13 f4 b1 ...Rd....T}.....
>>     0030 - 74 77 3d 41 98 a5 38 a8-2a 9a 77 e4 ed 74 38 78 tw=A..8.*.w..t8x
>>     0040 - ff f6 36 55 75 5c 07 4c-c8 58 bd ea cc 31 09 72 ..6Uu\.L.X...1.r
>>     0050 - c3 b5 6d 65 fa a0 64 7a-f9 e0 dd c1 9f a4 f2 f8 ..me..dz........
>>     0060 - 9f e6 38 08 22 af 37 23-ca c5 1a d9 9b dd 9b 24 ..8.".7#.......$
>>     0070 - 19 77 c0 83 f8 a5 cc 70-fa c6 9d d9 da 67 9e 9a .w.....p.....g..
>>     0080 - 48 43 93 a0 86 1a 95 8d-f1 f5 a8 5e 23 07 16 41 HC.........^#..A
>>     0090 - 49 99 c9 e1 5e c3 fa 70-71 bb d8 16 2d 61 01 ab I...^..pq...-a..
>>     00a0 - 2e 8d a5 eb 2e 31 f7 81-61 6f ab ee 39 2c e4 12 .....1..ao..9,..
>>     00b0 - b3 46 b2 8c 9a dc a7 3d-2e a2 64 48 2b 14 b1 5e .F.....=..dH+..^
>>
>>     Start Time: 1393893584
>>     Timeout   : 300 (sec)
>>     Verify return code: 21 (unable to verify the first certificate)
>> ---
>> closed
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> On 3/3/14, 4:48 PM, Lieven Govaerts wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi Daniel,
>>>
>>> On Sat, Mar 1, 2014 at 5:06 AM, Daniel Widdis <widdis@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> I recently upgraded from 1.8.5 to 1.8.8 via macports. The new version
>>>> refused to permanently accept my self-signed certificate, citing an
>>>> "unknown
>>>> error".
>>>>
>>>> Certificates generated on Windows 2008 Server using VisualSVN 2.7.4.
>>>>
>>>> Hostname is a numeric IP on a VPN (192.168.100.59)
>>>>
>>>> Client is Mac OS X 10.9.1 (Mavericks) with svn installed via Macports:
>>>>    subversion @1.8.5_1+universal (active) <---- this setup works
>>>>    subversion @1.8.8_0+no_bdb+universal <---- this setup fails
>>>>
>>>> Under 1.8.8:
>>>> $ svn update
>>>> Updating '.':
>>>> Error validating server certificate for 'https://192.168.100.59:443':
>>>>   - The certificate has an unknown error.
>>>> Certificate information:
>>>>   - Hostname: 192.168.100.59
>>>>   - Valid: from Mar  1 02:21:16 2014 GMT until Feb 27 02:21:16 2024 GMT
>>>>   - Issuer:
>>>>   - Fingerprint:
>>>> BE:C4:65:B6:0E:BD:5C:EE:F4:DB:A9:E1:EB:AE:B6:BC:43:F2:E7:5E
>>>> (R)eject or accept (t)emporarily? t
>>>> At revision 46.
>>>
>>> Could you send:
>>> - the output of:
>>>    $ openssl s_client -connect 192.168.100.59:443
>>> - and/or create a self signed key + cert using your method that fails
>>> with svn 1.8.8 ?
>>>
>>> This should give us the necessary extra info to simulate your issue.
>>>
>>> Note: since you're using a self signed certificate this log/key-cert
>>> pair shouldn't contain any private info, but if you prefer you can
>>> send them to me privately.
>>>
>>>
>>>> Under 1.8.5 with no other changes:
>>>> $ svn update
>>>> Updating '.':
>>>> At revision 46.
>>>>
>>> regards,
>>>
>>> Lieven
>>
>>

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