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Update your browser when you can. Here you can check if your browser is affected: https://weakdh.org/ Google is aware of this and is working on a fix for their browsers. For firefox there is a notice on their forums. From both you can expect updates fairly quickly. Regarding this bug: The attack allows a man-in-the-middle to downgrade security of ...
As alternative you can download the ssl certificate by hand. Afterwards pidgin starts without problems. To download the certificate you can use openssl command line utility. leo@linu:~/.purple/certificates/x509/tls_peers$ openssl s_client -connect YOUR_SERVER:PORTNUMBER Now copy the part beginning with "----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----". If you print the ...
With this commande, you don't choose a directory for you key, so normaly, your key has been created where you are when you make the command input. I personnaly use this and that work well: openssl req -out CSR.csr -new -newkey rsa:2048 -nodes -keyout privateKey.key You don't see it with an ls -l command ? Or try to make a find or locate with the name you ...
Search for the file in your system with: sudo find / -name "[server name].csr"
sudo apt-get install libgtk2.0-0:i386 libsm6:i386 libstdc++6:i386 this will do :)
Turns out it there's a bug with certificates in Pidgin 2.10.10 (libpurple 2.10.10): In version 2.10.10 it's no longer possible to connect to a XMPP server which uses a self signed SSL certificate. The error message is: The certificate for could not be validated. The certificate chain presented is invalid. The connection is possible if the ...
In my case I had not enabled the site 'default-ssl'. Only '000-default' was listed in the /etc/apache2/sites-enabled folder. Enable SSL site on Ubuntu 14 LTS, Apache 2.4.7: a2ensite default-ssl service apache2 reload
You can use Pidgin-developers PPA to resolve it. I installed pidgin packages and libpurple from that source and it's solved my problem with accessing Lync 2013 resources, it's now can automatically allow ceritificates (show dialog to accept or reject unknown certificate). Did you tried that? If you used 15.04 there is also workaround to download few packages ...
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