Archive for the ‘ssl’ Category

Getting Around a Revoked Certificate in OSX

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Let me start this off by saying this is not an ideal trick and one I hope no one else needs to use because it's a bad idea to work around a browser feature that's aimed to protect your security. That said, I am in the process of testing a product and r...

Quick Tip: LetsEncrypt “server” error fix on Ubuntu 16.04

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I recently had to renew the HTTPS certificates for my server, and ran into trouble. The errors that the command sudo letsencrypt renew was spewing out were these: Processing /etc/letsencrypt/renewal/bitfalls.com.conf 2017-02-06 07:43:08,126:WARNING:...

Trusting SSL Locally on a Mac

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I run most of my production sites with forced SSL, including CSS-Tricks. But locally, I've avoided getting SSL working properly. I've always avoided it, perhaps because it's not immediately obvious how to do it. It's also not that big of a deal since i...