The setup was fine until an OpenSSL upgrade, then when I try to create new client cert with easy-rsa, I got this message: [email protected]:easy-rsa# ./pkitool onokun Using Common Name: onokun Generating Create a CA certificate: "-extensions v3_ca ". subjectKeyIdentifier=hash authorityKeyIdentifier=keyid,issuer # This stuff is for subjectAltName and issuerAltname. # Import the email address. # subjectAltName=email:copy # An alternative to produce certificates that aren't # deprecated according to PKIX. # This is using openssl 0.9.8c-4 in Debian. Source
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First, try an empty section. Without it, you will not be able to sign or renew any certificates. Report a bug This report contains Public information Edit Everyone can see this information.
Important To install the server root certificate, do the following on the client. Definitely an article that I'll keep in a safe place until I next have to do this (about once every 2 or 3 years... Not quite clear yet. Openssl Error Loading Request Extension Section V3_req Thanks, Andrew [ Parent | Reply to this comment ] # Re: Creating and Using a self signed SSL Certificates in debian Posted by Anonymous (61.9.xx.xx) on Fri 18 Nov 2005
Hence please change: default_md = md5 to default_md = sha1 in openssl.cnf. Error Loading Extension Section Certauth Firefox and Thunderbird to find the certificates, or is there something more I need to do? [ Parent | Reply to this comment ] # Certificate Generator Posted by Anonymous (83.227.xx.xx) Can a character Level Up twice in a row? These can go anywhere, but a good location might be /etc/ssl/certs.
My solution was to recreate the CSR with a matching org name. Group= Name=unique_subject Here are some environment information: ## openvpn OpenVPN 2.3.2 i686-pc-linux-gnu [SSL (OpenSSL)] [LZO] [EPOLL] [PKCS11] [eurephia] [MH] [IPv6] built on Feb 4 2014 Originally developed by James Yonan ## openssl OpenSSL Once the certificate upload has successfully concluded, a confirmation message will show up proving the import was successful. We can trust additional root CAs (like ourselves) by importing their CA certificates.
Upon checking the openssl-1.0.0.cnf file on line 220, the subjectAltName variable in the [server] section seems to be set from the KEY_ALTNAMES environmental variable. Insert the following into openssl.cnf just before the req section: [ ca ] default_ca = CA_default [ CA_default ] serial = $dir/serial database = $dir/index.txt new_certs_dir = $dir/newcerts certificate = $dir/cacert.pem Error Loading Extension Section Ssl Server name_opt = ca_default # Subject Name options cert_opt = ca_default # Certificate field options # Extension copying option: use with caution. # copy_extensions = copy copy_extensions = copy # Extensions to Error Loading Extension Section Usr_cert The commands I used to create the certificate were: sudo apt-get install easy-rsa cp -r /usr/share/easy-rsa ~ cd ~/easy-rsa vim ./vars (edit KEY_* defaults) source ./vars ./clean-all ./build-dh ./pkitool --initca ./pkitool
When must I use #!/bin/bash and when #!/bin/sh? this contact form You need to generate a Certificate Signing Request as shown above, and then submit it for signing. So instead of UPI, you should use rfc822Name. Multiple name forms, and multiple instances of each name form, MAY be included. Error Loading Extension Section Ssl_client
On the Certificates Store page, allow the default selection (Place all certificates in the following store – Trusted Root Certification Authorities), followed by choosing Next. 7. It will become the 'subjectAltName' field of the generated SSL certificate. Apache File Comment /home/httpd/html Apache DocumentRoot /home/httpd/ssl SSL-related files /home/httpd/ssl/cert.pem Site certificate /home/httpd/ssl/key.pem Site private key ........................ have a peek here if i get a chance, i'll try to write up something on that for this site. [ Parent | Reply to this comment ] # Re: Creating and Using a self
This is a good thing, because there is a lot to specify. Do_ext_nconf:unknown Extension Name basicConstraints=CA:FALSE # Here are some examples of the usage of nsCertType. Browse other questions tagged openssl certificate-authority self-signed-certificate or ask your own question.
I've added that it affects openvpn. A new root CA certificate must be created and distributed, and then your existing certificates must be recreated or re-signed. But I feel I have read it before somewhere. [ Parent | Reply to this comment ] # Re: Creating and Using a self signed SSL Certificates in debian Posted by Email_in_dn Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the
You cannot issue two certificates with the same Common Name, which is why the expired certificates must be revoked. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. nsComment = "OpenSSL Generated Certificate" # PKIX recommendations harmless if included in all certificates. Check This Out You should read the rest of that section, and then check with your CA what they support.
I would have thought there would be a written policy for this (this is Debian we are talking about after all :-) but so far, I have come up with nothing. Or does that defeat the "self-signing" terminology? [ Parent | Reply to this comment ] # Re: Creating and Using a self signed SSL Certificates in debian Posted by Anonymous (63.194.xx.xx)