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Re: [tor-talk] check.torproject.org outage 21 Dec 2011
On Thu, Dec 22, 2011 at 08:03:30PM +0800, 2choonlin@xxxxxxxxx wrote 0.6K bytes in 23 lines about:
: Since last night (even now), Chrome was unable to access
: https://www.torproject.org/ with an error:
: Invalid Server Certificate
: You attempted to reach www.torproject.org, but the server presented an
: invalid certificate.
I'll guarantee you the cert didn't change. I can't get this error to
occur when hitting any of the webservers.
*.torproject.org SSL certificate from Digicert:
The serial number is: 02:DA:41:04:89:A5:FD:A2:B5:DB:DB:F8:ED:15:0D:BE
The SHA-1 fingerprint is: a7e70f8a648fe04a9677f13eedf6f91b5f7f2e25
The SHA-256 fingerprint is: 23b854af6b96co224fd173382c520b46fa94f2d4e7238893f63ad2d783e27b4b
blog.torproject.org SSL certificate from RapidSSL:
The serial number is: 00:EF:A3
The SHA-1 fingerprint is: 50af43db8438e67f305a3257d8ef198e8c42f13f
On my normal browser, I've removed all CAs. The cert presented today
matches the cert I've accepted in the past.
Do you have a copy of the cert being presented?
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