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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0001531||test.cacert.org||test.cacert.org||public||2021-06-27 19:05||2021-06-27 19:57|
|Status||solved?||Resolution||no change required|
|Summary||0001531: login continually fails. certificates are not signed and user engagement is very low.|
|Steps To Reproduce||attempt login with valid certificate and email/password.|
Check tecreations.ca. You should be able to fork from that.
|Additional Information||You may want to checkout https://tecreations.ca/downloads/java/release/signed-cacert.org.jar. It is signed with my current CACert.org certificate. I can transition and replicate CACerts' functionality, however there isn't much point to that. Perhaps the people are saying they don't require security, given privacy laws and what not.|
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Do I get this right, you want to log in to https://test.cacert.org/, with your "normal" password and/or certificate which work for https://www.cacert.org?
This is indeed as designed. Accounts from www.cacert.org are not valid for the testserver.
Please have a look at https://wiki.cacert.org/Software/Assessment/TestserverManagementSystem#Instructions_for_the_beginning (and the rest of the page) on a description how to create an account for the testserver.
||BTW, https://tecreations.ca/downloads/java/release/signed-cacert.org.jar leads to a "page not found" for me. How is this related to the login on the testsystem?|
|2021-06-27 19:05||tim.devries||New Issue|
|2021-06-27 19:05||tim.devries||Assigned To||=> tim.devries|
|2021-06-27 19:55||Ted||Note Added: 0006034|
|2021-06-27 19:55||Ted||Status||new => solved?|
|2021-06-27 19:55||Ted||Resolution||open => no change required|
|2021-06-27 19:57||Ted||Note Added: 0006035|