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Since OpenVPN works at the network layer and is thus independent of ports (i.e. port 80 http vs. port 443 https) it is more probable that https is blocked by your OpenVPN endpoint. But please make sure that it is really the same host you try with http and https.


Yes, I got solutions my self. I solved all protocol error still error display due to old version of activemerchant gem. So, after changes of Sagepay gateway, its not in gem so once i updated gem of activemerchant then auto get updates of SagePay Gateway which resolved my error. Thanks


Ubuntu's open source nature does not make it immune from the same kind of issue, where an OEM may have added malware (accidentally or deliberately), whether that be additional CA certificates or otherwise, on the images it distributes pre-installed on computers. If you install Ubuntu yourself there are a number of measures against malicious modification by ...


There is a simple way to check https://dellrootcheck.detectify.com on your pre-installed Ubuntu system.


The server https://w3s.webmoney.ru:443 is not trustworthy. % curl https://w3s.webmoney.ru:443 curl: (60) server certificate verification failed. CAfile: /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt CRLfile: none More details here: http://curl.haxx.se/docs/sslcerts.html curl performs SSL certificate verification by default, using a "bundle" of Certificate Authority ...


you must change the value of SSLCertificateFile to ssl.crt/server.crt and SSLCertificateKeyFile to ssl.key/server.key. Because relative directory addressing is start from the current folder of config file. also you can change these addresses to absolute type by entering full address. put this VirtualHost in httpd.conf.


you need to add NameVirtualHost while doing virtual hosting NameVirtualHost <VirtualHost> # ... </VirtualHost> if you want to receive requests on all interfaces, you can use an argument of *:443 you can take help from Apache Documentation. add like: Listen 80 Listen 443 NameVirtualHost NameVirtualHost ...


1.Install openvpn: $ sudo apt install openvpn network-manager-openvpn-gnome 2.From Network indicator, click on Edit coonnections… 3.Click Add. 4.Choose OpenVPN and click Create… 5.Name it, choose gateway and give it the 3 certificate files. 6.Save it 7.Connect to it via VPN Connections submenu of the Network indicator

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