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You may use any valid GUID. It is only used to identify the binding later.


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What environment are you running CentOS7 under? There is an nasty bug related to Centos 6.8 update / NSS 3.21.0-8.el6 on systems under (Zen) virtualization and/or CPU AES support. I've experienced the issue after CentOS 6.8 & NSS update on both Rackspace & AWS t1.micro instances. I believe you are having a related issue with an Centos7 NSS ...


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I would check out your nss installation. It's possible that is out of date / corrupted in some way. Check the version you are running; latest on centos 7 should be: nss-config version 3.21.0 Then check if any nss packages have been modified / corrupted: rpm -Vv nss-* Depending on your results, an nss update or reinstall may be required. You can semi-...


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The reason for the Certificate Error in the browser, inspite of adding the certificate to the 'Trusted Root Certification Authorities' is because the certificate was issued for <machinename>.<domain>.com. I was opening the site using just <machinename>. When opening the sites using <machinename>.<domain>.com, no certificate ...


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If looking just a little bit further (one click) from the article you refer to one will find the documentation of all parameters usable for http_port, which includes: key= Path to SSL private key file (PEM format) if not specified, the certificate file is assumed to be a combined certificate and key file.


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First thing's first: DO NOT DO THE FOLLOWING IF YOU DO NOT TRUST THE CERTIFICATE ISSUER Doing this a man-in-the-middle to see all of your communications. This fix should only be employed if you are in a situation which warrants it, not if you're sitting at a coffee shop and having problems connecting to things. That said... The first step is to acquire ...



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