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    Safari browser issue
    Hi Team,

    We are facing issue with server certification in safari browser.

    Sever OS: Linux/Centos 5.9
    SSLServer: Stunnel
    ErrorMessage: no certificate available
    CertType: SSL Web Server Certificate
    Client Browser: Safari 5.1.
    Client OS: OS X Lion


    Please look into this and help us to fix.


    Thanks
    Libin

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    Exactly what do you want us to look into? Who is hosting that server? You're trying to use SSL/HTTPS to connect with it and a lack of valid certificate makes that a problem. Resolve the certificate issue or notify whoever is responsible to do so and you should be fine after that..
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    Quote Originally Posted by libindas View Post
    Hi Team,

    We are facing issue with server certification in safari browser.

    Sever OS: Linux/Centos 5.9
    SSLServer: Stunnel
    ErrorMessage: no certificate available
    CertType: SSL Web Server Certificate
    Client Browser: Safari 5.1.
    Client OS: OS X Lion


    Please look into this and help us to fix.


    Thanks
    Libin
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    Hi,

    Here is the full details of the issue.

    Sever OS: Linux/Centos 5.9
    SSLServer: Stunnel
    ErrorMessage: no certificate available
    CertType: SSL Web Server Certificate
    Client Browser: Safari 5.1.
    Client OS: OS X Lion

    When i am trying to hit the URL on safari browser it shows me the messages "no certificate available"
    No certificate meet the application . However, the same link is working for all other browsers. Moreover, we have checked the stunnel logs, but couldn't able to get any thing from the logs, which point the reason for issue persist.


    Thanks
    Libin

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  6. #6


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    Hi,

    Thanks you for quick response. But we are using stunnel for https traffic. Please help us similiar value( “SSLVerifyClient optional”) in stunnel.

    Thanks
    Libin

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