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CA-signed certificates import problems (bug fixed)

Version 3.6.3 of Openfire fixes this bug:

http://www.igniterealtime.org/issues/browse/JM-1503?page=com.atlassian.jira.plug in.system.issuetabpanels%3Aall-tabpanel

It also affects 3.5.2, version I use in production (under Red Hat 4).

Do you know of a workaround? With keytool?

Thanks for your answers.

No idea anyone?

Thanks

Hi,

What are you looking for? A patch to the old version?

daryl

A patch for 3.5.2 would be cool.

Or just a workaround, a way to have CA-signed certificates for TLS/SSL connections in my Openfire.

Hi,

Well, you’d have to apply a number of patches to a source tree and recompile. Are you in a position to be able to do that?

Is there some issue preventing your upgrade?

daryl

Time is preventing me from applying too many patches, compiling, making the RPM and testing before going to production: I have one day of work left (in two weeks), which is very short.

So I understand there is no other solution? Do we have to use the provided self-signed certificate?

That doesn’t seem to me a so big issue since the connections are still encrypted. The server in on an intranet, and not visible on the internet…

Hi,

I have no idea if this would work, but perhaps you could install 3.6.3 on a test machine, import your certs into it and then copy your security/ folder to the production machine and see if it takes it?

daryl