OSX OpenSSL Certificates handling.
rvm osx-ssl-certs status [<ruby>|<certs-path>|<openssl-binary>|all] rvm [--silent] osx-ssl-certs update [<ruby>|<certs-path>|<openssl-binary>|all] rvm osx-ssl-certs cron [status|install|uninstall]
Apple OS X comes with old version of OpenSSL, to keep you secure RVM installs newer version.
RVM also allows specifying custom version of OpenSSL and binary rubies linked to custom locations.
Taken this all into account most likely your Ruby is using outdated certificates.
To solve this problem
rvm osx-ssl-certs will find all locations for certificates.
You can check status, update certificates manually or schedule an automated update.
status=> Show certificates status for current Ruby,
<ruby>=> Status of a specific Ruby certificates,
<certs-path>=> Status for a specific path certificates,
<openssl-binary>=> Status for a specific openssl installation,
all=> Status of all installed Rubies certificate paths.
update=> Update SSL certificates for current Ruby,
<ruby>=> Update a specific Ruby certificates,
<certs-path>=> Update certificates in a specific path,
<openssl-binary>=> Update certificates for a specific openssl installation,
all=> Update all installed Rubies certificate paths.
cron=> Manage cron job for daily updates,
status=> Show if the cron job is installed,
install=> Install the cron job,
uninstall=> Uninstall the cron job.
Show the status for all installed rubies:
rvm osx-ssl-certs status all
Update OpenSSL certificates for current ruby:
rvm osx-ssl-certs update
Update OpenSSL certificates for specific path:
rvm osx-ssl-certs update /etc/openssl
Schedule daily update of certificates:
rvm osx-ssl-certs cron install
status argument returns that all is good and you still get errors, it's probably caused by bad certificate chain on the server.
To troubleshoot you can check the chain with:
openssl s_client -showcerts -connect google.com:443
google.com with your server address
Please report issues to https://github.com/rvm/rvm/issues
In case of security issues use email@example.com