I tried various ways to install certificate, but it seems it either not being seen by linux or something else is wrong.
.pfx to be able to connect to another server via vpn (need to use Cisco AnyConnect). I tried converting it to
.pem, then adding that file into
/usr/share/ca-certs (with both creating new directory inside there or just puting it directly), then running `update-ca-certificates. I always get this response:
Updating certificates in /etc/ssl/certs... 0 added, 0 removed; done. Running hooks in /etc/ca-certificates/update.d....
Then trying to connect using Cisco AnyConnect, would give me this error:
'Certificate validation error
The only way I managed to import certificate, was via firefox. I imported it in
Then again trying to connect using Cisco AnyConnect, it would give me this error:
The AnyConnect package on the secure gateway could not be located. You may be experiencing network connectivity issues. Please try connecting again.
Then I Opened imported certificate in Firefox and saw this message:
could not verify this certificate because the issuer is not trusted.
So going in Authorities I found the one that issued me this certificate and edited to be trusted ticking all options. Now it shows that it was verified for ssl client certificate, email signer certificate, SSL Certificate Authority, Status Responder Certificate.
But still, trying to connect using cisco anyconnect, gives me that error for not locating secure gateway.
I don't have any ideas what else could I do to solve this problem.
I also written another related question here. That one is more about properly configuring vpn and this one about properly installing certificate.
P.S. I'm using Ubuntu 14.04