SSL certificate problem, verify that the CA cert is OK. #3

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brettchalupa opened this Issue Dec 28, 2011 · 9 comments

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I just setup the theme I am using on one of my Wordpress site to use Theme Updater. I got it working on another site I have hosted, but with the site I am getting the issue on is failing with theme updates.

Here is the error I am getting:

Download failed. SSL certificate problem, verify that the CA cert is OK. Details: error:14090086:SSL routines:SSL3_GET_SERVER_CERTIFICATE:certificate verify failed.

I am not entirely sure where the SSL certificate problem is coming from. Any help would be much appreciated.

Thank you!

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hawkrives Jan 2, 2012

I also have this problem. @brettchalupa What host are you with?

I also have this problem. @brettchalupa What host are you with?

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brettchalupa Jan 7, 2012

@hawkrives For one site my host is GoDaddy, for the other site it is a on a small host self-hosted server of a friend.

@hawkrives For one site my host is GoDaddy, for the other site it is a on a small host self-hosted server of a friend.

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I'll confirm that I also have this issue with the plugin not working on two different systems, both self-hosted on various networks. One is running WordPress 3.3.1 in standalone mode. One is running WordPress 3.3.1 in MultiSite mode.

This plugin is incredibly useful so I do hope the SSL issue can be fixed. Thanks!

UPDATE: Curiously, the auto-update is now WORKING on my WordPress 3.3.1 system in MultiSite mode. However, the system in standalone mode still fails with the SSL error noted here.

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danyork commented Jan 9, 2012

I'll confirm that I also have this issue with the plugin not working on two different systems, both self-hosted on various networks. One is running WordPress 3.3.1 in standalone mode. One is running WordPress 3.3.1 in MultiSite mode.

This plugin is incredibly useful so I do hope the SSL issue can be fixed. Thanks!

UPDATE: Curiously, the auto-update is now WORKING on my WordPress 3.3.1 system in MultiSite mode. However, the system in standalone mode still fails with the SSL error noted here.

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We are incredibly busy at the moment but one of us will try to find some time in the near future to look into this.

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conover commented Jan 10, 2012

We are incredibly busy at the moment but one of us will try to find some time in the near future to look into this.

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brettchalupa Jan 10, 2012

@conover Thanks a lot!

@conover Thanks a lot!

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bainternet Feb 4, 2012

simply add this:

add_action('http_request_args', 'no_ssl_http_request_args', 10, 2); function no_ssl_http_request_args($args, $url) { $args['sslverify'] = false; return $args; }

simply add this:

add_action('http_request_args', 'no_ssl_http_request_args', 10, 2); function no_ssl_http_request_args($args, $url) { $args['sslverify'] = false; return $args; }

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brettchalupa Feb 8, 2012

Great, thanks for sharing! I will try it out a.s.a.p.

Great, thanks for sharing! I will try it out a.s.a.p.

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As noted by these two last messages, I merged the change from @bainternet into my local copy of the plugin codebase, tested it on my WordPress installation where theme updates were failing previously and then issued a pull request to the plugin maintainers. If they agree with the merge hopefully the plugin can be updated soon on WordPress.org.

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danyork commented Feb 8, 2012

As noted by these two last messages, I merged the change from @bainternet into my local copy of the plugin codebase, tested it on my WordPress installation where theme updates were failing previously and then issued a pull request to the plugin maintainers. If they agree with the merge hopefully the plugin can be updated soon on WordPress.org.

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Pull request from danyork merged into master.

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jslang commented Feb 8, 2012

Pull request from danyork merged into master.

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