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By avatar Doemela | June 29, 2016 - 10:00 pm | Posted in Main

CertFP allows clients connected via SSL with a client SSL certificate to authenticate to services using the SHA1 fingerprint of their client SSL certificate. One must have registered with services. If you do not already have an SSL certificate, you will need to create one. Please follow these steps to set up your nick and Read more » 


By avatar Doemela | - 9:28 pm | Posted in Main

Installing and Updating Cygwin Packages Installing and Updating Cygwin for 32-bit versions of Windows Run setup-x86.exe any time you want to update or install a Cygwin package for 32-bit windows. The signature for setup-x86.exe can be used to verify the validity of this binary using this public key. Installing and Updating Cygwin for 64-bit versions Read more » 


By avatar Doemela | - 9:27 pm | Posted in Main

A certificate signed by a trusted root CA will work, but is unnecessary. A self-signed certificate can be created for free, with OpenSSL. If a client certificate is self-signed, ircd will only verify that it is not expired. If the client certificate is not self-signed, then it must verify completely, as openssl verify would do. Read more » 


By avatar Doemela | - 9:25 pm | Posted in Main

Make a cert if you haven’t already. XChat does not support passphrase-protected client certificates, so make sure you specify the -nodes option. Copy the cert you made into your ~/.xchat2 directory, C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\X-Chat2 directory, or from wherever XChat stores user settings. The certificate filename must match the name of the network, so you should probably name Read more »