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Mar 28, 2016 Certificate Verification: Error (20): Unable to Get Local When OpenSSL returns this error, the program was unable to verify the certificate’s issuer or the topmost certificate of a provided chain. This can happen for a few reasons: api - problem - How do I deal with certificates using cURL
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linux - List all available ssl ca certificates - Unix To get the "subject" of every CA certificate in /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt Beware that sometimes, you get that error when SSL servers forget to provide the intermediate certificates. Use openssl s_client -showcerts -connect the-git-server:443 to get the list of certificates being sent.
Kubernetes provides a certificates.k8s.io API, which lets you provision TLS certificates signed by a Certificate Authority (CA) that you control. These CA and certificates can be used by your workloads to establish trust. certificates.k8s.io API uses a protocol that is similar to the ACME draft. Note: Certificates created using the certificates.k8s.io API are signed by a dedicated CA.
Use this Certificate Decoder to decode your PEM encoded SSL certificate and verify that it contains the correct information. A PEM encoded certificate is a block of encoded text that contains all of the certificate information and public key. Another simple way to view the information in a certificate on a Windows machine is to just double-click the certificate file. ubuntu - How to view all ssl certificates in a bundle One way you can see the whole chain is (in Windows of course) to double click the crt and then look on the Certification Path tab. It will show the whole chain even if there is only an Intermediate, or Root Cert. See screenshot below for details. If you're not on Windows I apologize for my lack of knowledge with Unix/Linux variants. Setting up your own Certificate Authority (CA) | OpenVPN The first step in building an OpenVPN 2.x Certificate Authority configuration is to establish a PKI (public key infrastructure). Read the full details here.