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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 returns a similar message:

Verify return code: 9 (certificate is not yet valid)
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Your system clock is likely set in the past.

  • Well, so easy ... Thanks a lot (specially on embedded devices it is good to check if RTC is set correctly ...) – hfrmobile Mar 31 '17 at 8:42
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When checking the ssl certificate 'notBefore' date with openssl it was valid... It turns out my calling machine's system time was way in the past.

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For me the issue was system clock out of sync. I wanted to also provide a lync to the fix (setup ntp). How do I update a CentOS server's time from an authoritative time server?

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    please try to avoid link only answers. provide full answer into your post, with reference links. – Federico Galli Oct 12 '17 at 9:48

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