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Apr
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awarded  Teacher
Apr
9
answered Heartbleed testing tools do not recognize reissued certificates (PositiveSSL Wildcard + Amazon ELB)
Apr
9
comment Heartbleed testing tools do not recognize reissued certificates (PositiveSSL Wildcard + Amazon ELB)
As a follow up -- Comodo insists the reissued certificates are correct and the testing tools I've been using are incorrect. We compared the modulus of the private key I generated and the newly signed certificate and they were equal, so I guess it's somewhere on the testing side.
Apr
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comment Heartbleed testing tools do not recognize reissued certificates (PositiveSSL Wildcard + Amazon ELB)
Will do, thank you!
Apr
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comment Heartbleed testing tools do not recognize reissued certificates (PositiveSSL Wildcard + Amazon ELB)
OK, thanks for your help. I have definitely followed the reissue process in the above links -- Comodo is the issuer via Namecheap. Really not sure where to go from here.
Apr
9
comment Heartbleed testing tools do not recognize reissued certificates (PositiveSSL Wildcard + Amazon ELB)
Yes, although I'm obviously missing something. Quick thought -- is the date of reissuance for an SSL cert public information? I can't seem to figure out what metric they're using to tell me the certs haven't been reissued. Would the expiration dates change?
Apr
9
asked Heartbleed testing tools do not recognize reissued certificates (PositiveSSL Wildcard + Amazon ELB)
Jun
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awarded  Popular Question
Feb
13
accepted How to set up a server for reverse SSH tunneling that can be used by multiple users?
Feb
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awarded  Supporter
Feb
12
comment How to set up a server for reverse SSH tunneling that can be used by multiple users?
The local development server needs to be public facing.
Feb
12
awarded  Editor
Feb
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revised How to set up a server for reverse SSH tunneling that can be used by multiple users?
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asked How to set up a server for reverse SSH tunneling that can be used by multiple users?
Mar
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awarded  Scholar
Mar
25
comment Monit won't start: “Cannot translate '<hostname>' to FQDN name — nodename nor servname provided”
The combination of the above comment and the answer below solved it for me. Thank you for your help larsks.
Mar
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accepted Monit won't start: “Cannot translate '<hostname>' to FQDN name — nodename nor servname provided”
Mar
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comment Monit won't start: “Cannot translate '<hostname>' to FQDN name — nodename nor servname provided”
If I type 'host hakan' I receive: 'Host hakan not found: 3(NXDOMAIN)'. It's not in /etc/hosts either. How would I add it?
Mar
25
awarded  Student
Mar
25
asked Monit won't start: “Cannot translate '<hostname>' to FQDN name — nodename nor servname provided”