|SSL error sign in cerfied domain|
As you would see if you look at the other tab in
that popup, your page has some resources which
were not served over HTTPS.
Use the dev tools to find them, and change them to
all use HTTP URLs.
|How to connect from client to IBM WebSphere Queue Manager using SSL Connection|
This error AMQ9660: SSL key repository: password
stash file absent or unusable is likely to be
caused by corrupt stash file. A stash file
contains the password for the key repository. I
suggest you try the following steps:
1) Go to folder where the queue manager's key
repository (the .kdb file) is located.
2) Locate the stash (.sth) file of the key
repository and delete it.
3) Then open the .k
|how to use self signed certificates in a winrt app for https communication with iis|
I have no knowledge of WinRT but client needs to
have appCA.cer certificate in trusted root store
to trust the server. Also if you need client to
authenticate using certificate, you need to use
private key corresponding to client certificate in
connection. In .NET there is X509Certificate2
class that can be used, don't know if there is
something similar in WinRT world.
|Check fingerprints of server SSL/TLS certificates in http.NewRequest|
You probably shouldn't implement certificate
checking yourself, but let the net/http do the
checking based on the valid CAs you provide. Also,
usually working directly with fingerprints isn't
worth the trouble.
For example, this is how you set up a HTTPS server
that requires clients to authenticate by using a
certificate. The client certificate must be signed
by the CA, or the SSL/TLS handshake s