[jitsi-users] Suddenly untrusted jit.si certificate


#1

Hello everyone! While I'm running Jitsi, suddenly I got a message with a certificate message for the jit.si server. This is how it looks like (sorry for German text!):

http://abload.de/img/2014-11-07_1857058lu5y.jpg

Of course I don't want to blame you for anything, but I'm very curious now if it's your real certificate, or if someone has compromised my connection. I'm using my real internet connection, no VPN or anything.

And a small sidequestion, when could we expect a next stable release? Just curious.

Thanks a lot in advance! :slight_smile:


#2

Hi,

it seems that this is their new certificate (issued today). When accessing https://jit.si with Firefox it complains too:

jit.si uses an invalid security certificate.
The certificate is not trusted because no issuer chain was provided.
(Error code: sec_error_unknown_issuer)

So the issue seems to be on the server-side.

Regards,
Stefan

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On 11/07/2014 07:02 PM, Mr Tester wrote:

Hello everyone! While I'm running Jitsi, suddenly I got a message with a certificate message for the jit.si server. This is how it looks like (sorry for German text!):

http://abload.de/img/2014-11-07_1857058lu5y.jpg

Of course I don't want to blame you for anything, but I'm very curious now if it's your real certificate, or if someone has compromised my connection. I'm using my real internet connection, no VPN or anything.

And a small sidequestion, when could we expect a next stable release? Just curious.

Thanks a lot in advance! :slight_smile:

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#3

Hello,

Could you confirm that you still experience these issues after restarting
the application and/or refreshing the browser cache?

Thanks

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Yasen Pramatarov
sysadmin, https://jitsi.org


#4

Thanks a lot for your answer! No, a restart hasn't changed the problem. But I'm happy to hear that it's normal and intended. I haven't ticked the option to allow the new one permanently, but I guess I can without a weird feeling now. However, I will wait before I'm doing that, because of your feedback.


#5

Hi,

I quickly tested it again. Firefox still complains
(sec_error_unknown_issuer), on Windows & Linux, even after cleaning the
cache. Chromium and IE don't complain at all. I also quickly created a
XMPP-account on jit.si and Jitsi doesn't complain when connecting, so
the original issue seems to be resolved.

Regards,
Stefan

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Am 07.11.2014 um 22:43 schrieb Yasen Pramatarov:

Hello,

Could you confirm that you still experience these issues after restarting
the application and/or refreshing the browser cache?

Thanks