On Fri, 5 May 2000, Forrest Aldrich wrote:

> Okay, I just did, using MS Explorer 5 and it worked with no problems.
> So, this is related to Netscape-4.72.  But is it a bug on their part,
> or something else?

I'm suspecting it might be something missing in the ASN.1 encoding of the
certificate, which netscape requires but IE permits. This would be
consistent with a missing openssl.cnf file at the time of certificate
generation. Could one of you try copying the openssl.cnf file from
crypto/openssl/apps/ to /etc/ssl (editing as appropriate) and see if that
fixes it (i.e. make a new certificate and test it in the same way)?


In God we Trust -- all others must submit an X.509 certificate.
    -- Charles Forsythe <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

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