New install – SSL Certificate in Firefox marked as ‘invalid’

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    dbs
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    I’m testing out a brand new (beta11) install of Zeroshell, and I’m having a problem on restart.

    I’ve created my profile and saved it to the HD, and activated it. After activation, I get a warning from Firefox that there’s no valid issuer for the SSL cert. In FF, I can usually add an exception, but when I go to do so, I get a “This certificate is valid” – but a page refresh still shows the same error.

    I resorted to going into Chrome, which prompted saying it was a ‘bad cert’, I said “okay, no problem” and was able to log in fine.

    Any ideas?

    #47283

    vmv4
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    Firefox should be closed, including all tabs and ‘Downloads’ window after saving Zeroshell profile to be able to accept new certificate.

    Regards,
    vmv4

    #47284

    dbs
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    @vmv4 wrote:

    Firefox should be closed, including all tabs and ‘Downloads’ window after saving Zeroshell profile to be able to accept new certificate.

    That did it, thanks. I now have a happy Linux box authenticating against zeroshell via LDAP. Yay!

    #47285

    raxs22
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    I also hit this problem from time to time. Holding Shift and hitting refresh typically fixes the issue for me. I think firefox is loading a mix of cached data and new data resulting in the conflict.

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