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Apr
25
awarded  Self-Learner
Apr
25
revised Why does Chrome on 1 computer say my certificate is invalid/insecure?
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Apr
24
comment Why does Chrome on 1 computer say my certificate is invalid/insecure?
I did that and it worked. I think Chrome doesn't complain anymore though, because another site (and youtube.com!) still have sha1 and Chrome is quiet. Weird.
Apr
23
awarded  Teacher
Apr
23
answered Why does Chrome on 1 computer say my certificate is invalid/insecure?
Apr
23
revised Why does Chrome on 1 computer say my certificate is invalid/insecure?
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Apr
23
comment Why does Chrome on 1 computer say my certificate is invalid/insecure?
The 2 computers have a diffrent crt chain. Computer A has a sha1 intermediary and B has sha2. I don't get it... If it's included in the server crt, why doesn't it always use that one?
Apr
23
comment Why does Chrome on 1 computer say my certificate is invalid/insecure?
@kasperd Huh!? They have a different chain! On one computer the intermediary crt uses sha1 and on the other sha2. If the intermediary is included, why doesn't it always use that one? How do I control which it uses?
Apr
23
comment Why does Chrome on 1 computer say my certificate is invalid/insecure?
ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=webblocks.nl also says "sha256" for Signature algorithm.
Apr
23
comment Why does Chrome on 1 computer say my certificate is invalid/insecure?
Sounds reasonable, but shaaaaaaaaaaaaa.com/check/webblocks.nl doesn't mention SHA-1. Or does it only check the domain certificate? If I check both certificates (domain and intermediary) with Windows, it says "sha256" for both certificates... Thumbprint algorithm is "sha1" for both.
Apr
23
comment Why does Chrome on 1 computer say my certificate is invalid/insecure?
@kasperd All relevant certificates are included (domain and intermediary).
Apr
22
comment Why does Chrome on 1 computer say my certificate is invalid/insecure?
According to SSL Labs and Global Sign, the certificate uses SHA-2... The certificate itself says "sha1" for Thumbprint algorithm, but so does Twitter's and that's fine. I don't think this is it...
Apr
22
asked Why does Chrome on 1 computer say my certificate is invalid/insecure?
Oct
28
awarded  Scholar
Oct
28
accepted Linux Nginx + php-fpm + cron + mysqld = always out of memory
Oct
28
answered Linux Nginx + php-fpm + cron + mysqld = always out of memory
Apr
5
awarded  Supporter
Apr
5
comment What exactly do the colors in htop status bars mean?
Is it good that a lot of RAM is used by OS caches? Does that make everything faster? The numbers say 1859/8192MB, I guess that excludes the OS cache. Including OS cache the bar is about 4/5 full. Good/bad?
Oct
5
awarded  Student
Oct
2
awarded  Editor