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“wget ca-directory=/etc/ssl/certs” failing on Ubuntu 14.04

Ubuntu 14.04's default wget cannot handle SSL. How can I fix this? I do not want to use --no-certificate-check. The certificate I want to authenticate is authenticated against the Root CA from ...
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Allow connection from localhost to the HTTPS/Port 443 Protocol

We've recently set up a new development server and have been experiencing problems when trying to connect to an API via an instance of SoapClient. I think I've narrowed down the issue to being the ...
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curl succeeds on an https request, wget does not

When I run curl from the command line curl "https://example.com" It succeeds immediately, returning the result of the request. When I run the same wget command wget https://example.com ...
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“Issued certificate not yet valid.” with wget?

I am getting the following error when using wget to fetch a file: Issued certificate not yet valid. To connect to www.atlassian.com insecurely, use ‘--no-check-certificate’. Testing with openssl ...
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2answers
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Can't download from a https address using wget

I'm trying to download some videos from DefCon archive using wget but i'm getting this: Unable to establish SSL connection. I tried to use wget with --no-check-certificate but got the same result. ...
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SSL error curl/wget unknown protocol/wrong version number

I've been trying to use local hosted https urls in command line/cron jobs and i get those errors. curl output is similar. The same commands, when used in other servers works perfectly. Default ...
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2answers
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Ubuntu 11.10, using wget/curl fails with ssl

On a completely new install of Ubuntu I'm getting the following errors when using wget: wget https://test.sagepay.com --2012-03-27 12:55:12-- https://test.sagepay.com/ Resolving test.sagepay.com... ...
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Why wget doesn't verify SSL certificates?

I have a problem with my Fedora 8 installation. It looks that wget doesn't know how to verify SSL certificates any more. It's strange because I have another Fedora 8 box which I believe has the same ...
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how to download the ssl certificate from a website?

I want to download the ssl certificate from, say https://www.google.com, using wget or any other commands. Any unix command line? wget or openssl?