problems with MSN certificate chain
forums at david-woolley.me.uk
Fri Jan 18 12:23:30 EST 2013
David Woolley wrote:
> To the extent that that is the problem, simply replacing the .pem file
> with a current one, should sort the problem. I don't know if you will
The server certificates don't seem to include the full certificate
chain, so I think you will need to install the pem file for MSIT Machine
Authority CA-2. Doing so may be more important than correcting the
expired certificate. (I'm wondering if Pidgin is ignoring expiry dates.)
The immediate signer of an earlier certificate was Microsoft Secure
Server Authority, which is known to Pidgin, but also expired in
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