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In my case it turned out it was a wrong configuration; in one virtual host configuration file there were both sections <VirtualHost *:80> ... </VirtualHost> <VirtualHost *:443> ... </VirtualHost> In another file I had just the <VirtualHost *:443> and this one was not working due to the wrong configuration in the other file. The ...


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Seems like docs mention --pre-hook "service nginx stop" only for when using standalone plugin. However, my logs seems to suggest that standalone plugin is not used; nginx plugin is used instead. So I assume that means that server stop/start/restart is not needed in my case. And perhaps nginx plugin could keep some references to nginx, while stop/...


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After a lot of sweat, tears, and coffee we have finally reached, what is so far, a solution (will hold on before accepting this answer just in case it feels like breaking again tomorrow). Configuring your browser to allow insecure SSL certificates from localhost to go through seems to be a must (at least for me). Furthermore, since the certificate points to ...


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Better late then never :) For the future generations: I just encounter (and solved) similar problem. In my case I'm not using self-signed certificate but I thing neither were you. In cryptography and computer security, a self-signed certificate is a security certificate that is not signed by a certificate authority (CA) Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...


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In case anybody else comes across this issue, this reply on the Homebrew GitHub issues page was able to fix it BUT requires switching to the development version of Brew. It looks like you're being connected elsewhere for some reason. It sounds more like a network-related issue. Are you running a firewall/packet analyser/etc (e.g. Little Snitch)? You might ...


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Old question - new problems (Letsencrypt certs this time): "Verify return code: 21 (unable to verify the first certificate)" (meaning the Intermediate Certificate (chain) is not being found/used to verify) Here is the solution I found after much trial and error over the last 24 hours. First let me preface what I used for testing: I have Dovecot on ...


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Try setting a shorter validity period. IE set it for five days instead of ten years.


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By default, Debian has configured OpenSSL at security level 2, which provides 112 bits of security. That means that if one of the keys involved in the TLS connection, in this case the server's key (the end-entity certificate), provides a security level less than 112 bits (usually because the certificate is an RSA key smaller than 2048 bits), then it will be ...


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This is quite old quetion, but I've found some well done documentation with config examples in the guide OpenSSL Certificate Authority guide.


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The issue you're having is that Microsoft.Win32.RegistryKey objects returned by Get-ChildItem use custom formatting to appear more readable in the console (This formatting is defined in $PSHome\Registry.format.ps1xml). Copy some of the formatting commands and output it into a real CSV: ForEach ($computer in $myComputerList) { #Execute a command on the ...


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You could also try and extract individual properties from the registry like this: Get-ItemProperty -path 'HKLM:\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\SecurityProviders\SCHANNEL\Protocols\SSL 2.0\Client' -name DisabledByDefault | select-object -ExpandProperty DisabledByDefault I don't have those registry entries in my registry, so can't verify if it will work ...


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Open file from within Excel Use the text import wizard to split the text into columns (treat consecutive spaces and/or tabs treated as one) If the wizard doesn't pop up, and imports everything into one column, select column, then click data > Text to columns OR Data > From Text (opens the data as a data source, ie. linked to csv file remains in tact, ...


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