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Diagram

Elements

AcceptUntrustedCertificate - boolean
References Notes

Accept a valid certificate that could not be verified as being trustworthy.

  • Trustworthy certificates
    • are issued by certificate authorities.
    • can be verified by their signature.
  • Untrustworthy certificates
    • include e.g. self-signed certificates.
    • cannot be verified, instead, you have to trust them.
  • Invalid certificates
    • cannot be processed.
    • could e.g. be expired or issued for a different host.

Element Type Required Description
boolean
  • Whitespace: collapse
The starting element is a simpleType.

 

Explanations

AcceptUntrustedCertificate

  • YADE can be configured to accept self-signed certificates:
    • The option AcceptUntrustedCertificate=true would accept a valid certificate that could not be verified as being trustworthy.
    • The default value for this option is false,
    • This behavior applies to connections with HTTPS and WebDAV.
  • Note that YADE does not accept expired certificates even though they are a common occurrence. Setting this AcceptUntrustedCertificate to true does not stop expired certificates from being rejected.
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