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On its Details tab, you can export the certificate to a file. henk on November 21, 2010 at 3:09 pm said: worked perfect, on WinXP it does take some time after deleting for the omega file to re-appear. (+5 minutes on my machine) Workaround confirmed on Kubuntu 15.04 with Pidgin 2.10.9 (libpurple 2.10.9). –Bastien Oct 2 '15 at 11:25 add a comment| up vote 8 down vote accepted Turns out it there's a bug This is the only way I was able to get it to work for the same error. http://iipseconline.com/pidgin-ssl/pidgin-hotmail-ssl-certificate-error.html

first order condtion of Lagrangian N(e(s(t))) a string How to make Twisted geometry How Aggregate Result are count against the Governor Limits? Mark as duplicate Convert to a question Link a related branch Link to CVE You are not directly subscribed to this bug's notifications. Among the list of things was an SSL update and now I can no longer connect to my MSN account in Pidgeon. Find your cer­tifi­cates folder (Win­dows: %appdata%\.purple) (Linux: /home/.purple) 3. https://www.maketecheasier.com/having-pidgin-ssl-certificate-error-heres-the-fix/

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If you have followed the wrong directions and replaced the certificate for omega.contacts.msn.com, the safest course of action is to delete that certificate, then upgrade. I owe you one. Thanks (pidgin 2.7.5, Ubuntu Maverick) comment:45 in reply to: ↑ 44 Changed 6 years ago by Kaurin Replying to GingerDog: above solution (downloading cert manually, and adding in via tools -> certificates

i updated pidgin to the newest version and im not using any kind of plugins Oldest first Newest first Threaded Comments only Change History (128) comment:1 Changed 6 years ago by So please: 1 - reopen this ticket 2 - remove the note on the home page that claims that "Pidgin 2.7.7 completely fixes the MSN certificate issue". Be patient. Pidgin Ssl Handshake Failed Xmpp The connection is possible if the server certificate is already in the local cache (.purple\certificates\x509\tls_peers).

So I deleted them and restarted Pidgin. Pidgin Unable To Validate Certificate Xmpp Go to the Detail tab and click the "Export" button. Thanks! Thanks :D Nov 22, 2010 at 12:48 pm Meridian sayshttps://omega.contacts.msn.com/Directory Listing Denied This Virtual Directory does not allow contents to be listed.

have fun, glad to help. Pidgin Ssl Connection Failed comment:88 Changed 6 years ago by heckur Confirming that bug hasn't been fixed on 2.7.6. The fixes to accommodate GnuTLS are in ​0be86888d82fc0d9bd61c1426b73e52196b35817 and other optimizations to make NSS work more reliably are in ​44e2c86fa3250a09c12de48785f224c5244d4819. my MSN account is an old one (1990's).

Pidgin Unable To Validate Certificate Xmpp

I did forget to mention I am using Ubuntu however. @guru: thanks, _that_ is being constructive. https://pidgin.im/pipermail/support/2010-November/022392.html Not the answer you're looking for? Pidgin The Certificate Chain Presented Is Invalid Then click Advanced -> Details -> Export Save the certificate somewhere Open Pidgin, go to Tools -> Certificates -> Add Now save the certificate with the same common name as the Pidgin Ssl Certificate Verification This certificate is used to negotiate a secure socket layer (SSL) session, an encrypted connection, between the client (Windows Live Messenger, Pidgin, etc.) and the server(s).

Apr 24 '15 at 14:53 @A.B. have a peek at these guys Did you tried that? If your debug log or error message says "Connection refused" or "Connection timed out", or anything that doesn't mention certificates (even if it mentions omega.contacts.msn.com), then it is not the same Reply With Quote 17-Feb-2009,03:41 #2 Ciwan86 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Newcomer Join Date Feb 2009 Posts 31 Re: Pidgin with Hotmail/ Live anyone ? Pidgin Ssl Peer Presented An Invalid Certificate Xmpp

Reply With Quote 13-May-2009,01:55 #8 janeri View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Newcomer Join Date Jun 2008 Posts 4 Re: Pidgin with Hotmail/ Live I had similar The correct path is the one in comment 39. I've just checked it and see that the problem remains unsolved. –Jacobian Aug 22 '15 at 19:51 @Jacobian Have you upgraded both Pidgin and libpurple? –That Brazilian Guy Sep check over here Reinstalling Pidgin or Openssl did not help, but after I first deleted existing certificates (using Tools > Certificates in Pidgin) and _then_ reinstalled Pidgin it worked well.

I am parsing the log file now to see what is going on. Pidgin Certificate Error comment:9 Changed 6 years ago by Dimmuxx Ticket #12914 has been marked as a duplicate of this ticket. Bryan C (bry111) wrote on 2008-11-28: #5 To correct my previous comment (https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/pidgin/+bug/302314/comments/3), the path to place the login.live.com certificate (or any other certificate you want Pidgin to accept per-user) is

So if you put the _2010.pem files there and restarted pidgin it will work.

Restart pid­gin and eventually you should get a new certificate that works. Use this if you want a permanent and safer solution ​http://squidsrants.blogspot.com/2010/11/pidgin-msn-and-other-protocols.html comment:46 Changed 6 years ago by DugieHowsa Could this behavior have something to do with HOTMAIL's latest change to enable I was thinking of /etc/ssl/certs instead. Pidgin Accept Certificate Click the ‘security' or ‘padlock' icon usually found to the left of the URL in the address bar to view the certificate.

If you're reading this page, you're probably experiencing this problem. Extremely irritating :s In all installations, location of certificates is the default one, at /usr/share/purple/ca-certs. Some attempts: (20:24:44) gnutls/x509: Bad signature from DC=com,DC=microsoft,DC=corp,DC=redmond,CN=Microsoft Secure Server Authority on C=U.S.,ST=WA,L=Redmond,O=MSN,OU=MSN Contact Services,CN=*.contacts.msn.com (20:24:44) gnutls: Dropping further queries peer certificates because the chain is broken! http://iipseconline.com/pidgin-ssl/pidgin-ssl-certificate-error-msn.html The only thing I see it that "It will be fixed sooner or later".

Please note that the MSN servers were experiencing problems yesterday.