SSL root certificates
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Mon Mar 17 15:43:14 MSK 2008
On Mon, Mar 17, 2008 at 12:34:25PM +0000, Igor Clark wrote:
> One of our clients has insisted on using Verisign SSL certificates.
> According to
> I need to install the Verisign Root CA.
> I thought I needed to add this to nginx config using
> ssl_client_certificate but I've tried a variety of their CA certs in
> ssl_client_certificate but I still get "This cert was signed by an
> untrusted authority".
Will your client create own certificates, sign them using Verisign CA,
and pass them to install to the client's browsers ?
Or simply do they want to set one Verisign certificate on their site ?
> I see from this mailing list message:
> On 6 Sep 2007, at 15:37, Igor Sysoev wrote:
> >ssl_client_certificate is usualy your own ceritificate, that you use
> >to sign some certificates and give them to clients. Client should
> >import these certificates into their browsers.
> so perhaps this isn't right.
> Does anybody have experience using Verisign certs with nginx?
> How can I add the custom Verisign root CA?
> Thanks very much,
> Igor Clark // POKE // 10 Redchurch Street // E2 7DD // +44 (0)20 7749
> 5355 // www.pokelondon.com
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