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By virtualmartingale
#1357
Err_cert_authority_invalidIt is not recommend that LuCI be opened on WAN. A SSH/VPN should be used. Using a certificate doesn't change this recommendation. Therefore, I surmise that a cert wasn't purchased for this.
By jiniwinapex
#1358
virtualmartingale wrote: April 25th, 2019, 11:17 am Err_cert_authority_invalidIt is not recommend that LuCI be opened on WAN. A SSH/VPN should be used. Using a certificate doesn't change this recommendation. Therefore, I surmise that a cert wasn't purchased for this.


Certificate can be obtained by even by keeping router down there are various ways to obtain certificate
No one recommend to use self signed certificate even on LAN access to luck
By calculatorrowing
#1359
I also ran into this problem yesterday, when running a tool that does not use http unless an https request first fails to connect. I was surprised to find that disabling "Enforce HTTPS" didn't actually disable https, and that Pages would still try to send a github certificate. It doesn't seem that there's anything a user can do if they don't need or want https for their site, which seems like a bug.
By virtualmartingale
#1360
We respond over both HTTP and HTTPS for all sites. Some users put proxies, like Cloudflare, in front of their site, but this means we can't downgrade from HTTPS to HTTP. This is because HTTPS might work, but we don't know that at our end. If a user (or tool) explicitly requests HTTPS, we'll serve it with whatever cert we have, but only if the user requests it. If you want to know more details please visit here Err cert invalid
Last edited by virtualmartingale on April 29th, 2019, 4:39 am, edited 1 time in total.
By jiniwinapex
#1361
virtualmartingale wrote: April 25th, 2019, 11:19 am We respond over both HTTP and HTTPS for all sites. Some users put proxies, like Cloudflare, in front of their site, but this means we can't downgrade from HTTPS to HTTP. This is because HTTPS might work, but we don't know that at our end. If a user (or tool) explicitly requests HTTPS, we'll serve it with whatever cert we have, but only if the user requests it.

I'm just wondering if it is possible have "official certificate" or options to install this certificate in chrome (my favorite browser)

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