[OpenWrt-Devel] wiki.openwrt.org uses an invalid security certificate / expired on 12.2.2015 17:18
Constantine A. Murenin
mureninc at gmail.com
Sat Feb 14 12:35:29 EST 2015
On 14 February 2015 at 09:21, phaidros <phaidros at subsignal.org> wrote:
> On 02/14/2015 04:42 PM, Alessandro Di Federico wrote:
>> On Fri, 13 Feb 2015 19:18:44 +0100
>> phaidros <phaidros at subsignal.org> wrote:
>>> if someone could me provide with any of those:
>>> root at wiki.openwrt.org
>>> hostmaster at wiki.openwrt.org
>>> postmaster at wiki.openwrt.org
>>> admin at wiki.openwrt.org
>>> webmaster at wiki.openwrt.org
>>> I'd be able to do the CACert.org procedure by myself to get a cert
>>> with the correct CN even.
>> I'd suggest to use StatSSL as a CA, which is trusted by major
>> browser vendors. If someone can forward me an e-mail for
>> postmaster at openwrt.org I can do it.
> Nope, I would vote against StartSSL. I know it is free, but the
> procedure sucks, and honestly: there is *one* company on the planet
> givin out *free* SSL Certs .. if that doesn't ring bells, I dunno what
> could :)
> And yes, I used to use Startcom Certs, but the longer I think about it,
> the lesser I wanna do that again!
No, WoSign also does.
In fact, WoSign gives out free certificates valid for 2-years, and
they also even let you have multiple CNs in the same cert (although
wildcast for free is not supported).
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