Expired Server Certificate - Can't Check the Trust Boxes

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gacekssj4
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Re: Expired Server Certificate - Can't Check the Trust Boxes

#16 Post by gacekssj4 » 2019-12-30 22:36

Topic may not be new, but first of all, it may not be always possible to get certificate upgraded, so that means clicking alot.

Secondly, I think it is users who should decide if certificate is trusted or not... i think there should be option to allow to trust expired certificates. No need for parenting here I think.

Third, and last: :arrow: You can bypass this problem by setting PC date back to where Certificate was valid. Then you can accept certificate and download stuff without problems.

oceanor
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Re: Expired Server Certificate - Can't Check the Trust Boxes

#17 Post by oceanor » 2020-03-14 10:09

It's not always possible to have a trusted certificate on specified host.
A common situation is when you have a CDN behind your server, you have to use the direct IP address of the server to use FTP, and IP-certificates are not for free (not even cheap).
Happy clicking then.

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