I am looking for Certificate Authority knowledge, and particularly at OS's built-in Certificate Authority list.
Of course Windows's built-in Certificate Authority and other closed source OS are probably established by there own company, but what about Open Source operating system ?
First off I am not sure whether I have the correct terminology. What I mean by certificate authority is a verified certificate distributor such that if I goto a website in my Browser that is HTTPS (with an SSL certificate) it doesn't give a warning that it might be unsafe.
There is two things I need to do here.
I have a Windows XP machine and a Linux Mint (Ubuntu 14 base) machine.
I upgraded the linux full release on a server. As part of the process I generated a new local ssl certificate key set with genkey. However the serial number remained the same and client apps such as thunderbird are erroring with: "Your certificate contains the same serial number as another certificate issued by the certificate authority.
With audio and video applications, you often need more than one package, and the assembled collection of multimedia packages in AV Linux is huge. The range of software offerings is a bonus. You do not get lightweight ware that leaves you yearning for more powerful features. The audio-visual tools are mature.
I am root administrators.I have few account cannot failed in audit scanning.
These accounts having same two affected nodes.
Obtain a new TLS/SSL server certificate that is NOT self-signed and install it on the server. The exact instructions for obtaining a new certificate depend on your organization's requirements.
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