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Root authority certificate renewal #22

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wessberg opened this issue Jun 8, 2018 · 2 comments

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commented Jun 8, 2018

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Hey there. The root certificate that devcert has generated and installed appears to have a lifetime of one month as seen in the image above. Am I missing something, or shouldn't there be a process for automatic renewal of the root certificate?

I'm on MacOS High Sierra and solved it by removing private-key.key and certificate.cert inside ~/Library/Application Support/devcert/certificate-authority, then removing all domains from the index.txt inside the same folder as well as all domains within ~/Library/Application Support/devcert/domains to force devcert into generating and signing new certificates.

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commented Jun 19, 2018

I just ran into this issue too. I thought I could just delete the certs and the ~/Library/Application Support/devcert dir and start again but I got errors after deleting that and trying to run devcert. Is there a recommended way to renew?

I seem to remember that the old version of devcert that installed to .config gave a reallllly long validity certificate, but this one is only one month. Why the change?

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commented Oct 30, 2018

On Windows check out this post to delete the devcert from the Trusted Root Certification Authorities then open ${User}\AppData\Local\devcert and delete everything inside certificate-authority.

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