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curl modifies what it sends to stdout and stderr depending if you pipe it's output, what option you use etc... You would need to post your script to see exactly why this is happening here. The best way to force the content of what you download into a specific file is to use the -o option: curl --user user:password -o output_file "https://file_path?raw" ...


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SOLUTION Add the lib64 directory to LDFLAGS (commands have been updated).


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If I reeeaaally want to do it this way, the correct command seems to be: iptables -I OUTPUT -d bing.com -p tcp --dport 443 -j DROP My mistake above seems to be that I didn’t precede --dport 443 with -p tcp. That way, I was getting the following error: unknown option "--dport" Of course, comments by @Daniel B and @cybernard they have posted to my question ...


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Finally. Yep, it was a PEBKAC. The solution is to write: iptables -I OUTPUT -p tcp --dport 443 -j DROP The way I was doing it, I was getting error: unknown option "--dports" I didn’t see it, because I wasn’t adding the rule with the iptables command, but rather by adding it to a file that was being read by iptables at startup. Silly me.


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To block particular sites use the -d option to specify the hostname. iptables -A OUTPUT -d bing.com -p tcp --dport 443 -j DROP


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Try this You can block access to all https based sites with iptables using the following rule: iptables -t nat -I PREROUTING -m tcp -p tcp --dport 443 -j DROP To block particular sites use the -d option to specify the hostname. iptables -t nat -I PREROUTING -m tcp -p tcp -d www.example.com --dport 443 -j DROP Try this iptables -A OUTPUT -p tcp ...


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This is often a result of old DNS cache information in Chrome... To clear it enter: chrome://net-internals/#dns In the address bar, and click "Clear host cache", then attempt to load the Web page again. It may be a good idea to flush your windows dns cache as well with the command line entry of ipconfig /flushdns


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From here it works although the IP address is different: 104.24.116.210 and 104.24.117.210 which are both owned by cloudflare. The IP address you use 162.242.219.59 is not cloudflare but rackspace. Thus maybe you have some old DNS settings somewhere cached in your network. Try to reboot computer and router.


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Most likely you are missing the intermediate certificates or the URL that you are going to doesn't match the common name of the certificate.


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TL;DR: You may need to install some intermediate certificates so that Android can verify that the site certificate is valid (essentially a sub-case of point 3 in my original answer). Comodo support: Untrusted Certificate Error on Android certificate trusted on pc but not in android Comodo SSL Certificate showing as invalid on Android Devices How the Comodo ...


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I also have big problems with this. Nothing I do works, eventhough several youtube tutorials show how to do it in win10. NetDrive2 works though. After trial you can only map 1 share and limited to 100k/sec, But I don't need to do actual file transfers from server just manage the files so that's fine for me. Besides you can compliment it integrated google ...


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I had the same problem. Duck Duck Go, Start page, Google almost all the search engines except for Amazon & eBay, had the same message. I found script on the browser settings? Deleted it and the problem went away? The file was strange as was the script. It looks like some one has gone through a bit of trouble to write this as it effected so many browsers ...


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You could apply a trick and use a wildcard certificate for '*.noip.com'. This requires you to use 'homeserver.noip.com' and have that address point to your local IP which you can do by adding an entry to the hosts file on the machines where you use 'homeserver.noip.com'. 'username.noip.com' would still be resolved in the usual way. It is a somewhat "dirty ...


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To answer your actual question: You need to look at Subject Alternate Names. These allow a certificate to have more than one domain name assigned to them. The recommendation is that you leave Common Name empty and list all FQDNs in the Subject Alternate Name. Alternatively, you can place either of your names in the Common Name, but you must still list ...


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Suggest you spend $10 or less on a domain name and use a free Let's Encrypt certificate. You'll have fewer problems. You may be able to get a certificate using that noip.me domain as well. Let's Encrypt is pretty easy to set up on a supported Linux distribution with Apache/Nginx, but you haven't said what OS you're using. If you edit your post above I may ...


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Imported Certs from a Windows XP VM to this Physical Machine Install WindowsXP-KB960714-x86-ENU https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=24775 It would help to have somebody else confirm it if just installing just KB960714 will fix the issue


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No option on the "Privacy Error" screen It's not something you can override. The Firefox error screen is a little more informative: The owner of feedback.appharbor.com has configured their website improperly. To protect your information from being stolen, Firefox has not connected to this website. This site uses HTTP Strict Transport Security ...


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The problem seems to have solved itself, after I enabled "Insider Preview" fast track, installed all updates, let the computer sleep on it for a night, installed more updates that were available in the morning, and restarted a couple of times. Now it works fine. Boggles the mind. I'm glad my main system is Ubuntu.


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Try to reset Internet Explorer to get original settings. Tools\Internet Options\Advanced\Reset (delete personal data)


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If you want curl to follow 30x redirects, use -L aka --location.


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There are varius reasons for that improvement Initial connection setup time An HTTPS connection needs an additional handshake after the initial HTTP connection is established. Over time the connection latency decreased (from ~100-200 ms with modems to 10-100 ms with DSL and even lower for fiber-to-the-home or other new technologies). With the decreased ...


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Not really. You need to download the file first, then run it. This PowerShell one-liner ought to do it: [System.IO.File]::WriteAllBytes("tmpfile.exe", (Invoke-WebRequest "https://example.com/app.exe").Content); Start-Process tmpfile.exe That will leave behind a tmpfile.exe program in the current directory. To instead leave it in the Temp directory (where ...



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