My domain is:
I generate a certificate 3 months ago.
Today it expired and I tried to create a new one (I learned after that I should have renew the old one). I cannot make it work anymore
I ran this command (on the browser):
It produced this output:
cetificate not valid / it has ben revoced
My web server is (include version):
The operating system my web server runs on is (include version):
I would like to know if it is possible to delete all the certificate issued with
letsencrypt.org in order to start the process from zero. because I cannot create new certificates
revoking a certificate doesn't reset rate limit. it's like throwing water in bathtub into street won't reduce your water cost: it's already done, and removing it won't help.
now if you need to entering admin page ignoreding revoked certifate, type
thisisunsafe on error page
Thank you for your reply.. can you please re-explain because I did not understand what you mean....
March 14, 2023, 12:58pm
What are you doing to try to create a new cert, and what happens when you try? Deleting or revoking certs won't help you in any way.
The certificate expired.. so I am trying to create a new one..
And thus the question:
There are a bazillion ways that servers can be set up, and many of them automatically renew certificates for you, but you have not provided nearly enough information for anyone to be able to help you. How did you get a certificate in the first place, and what problems are you seeing with that process now?
btw the certificate is not expired, but revoked. but it's crafted like 9 hours ago from now. do you know any idea why?
March 14, 2023, 3:24pm
Which cert is revoked? On
crt.sh | paraquiz.ddns.net I can only find recent certs which are "good". And for expired certs there is no OCSP response (obviously).
Anyway, as already mentioned earlier, OP can just use on of their current certs issued in February.
there was one I saw yesterday: can currently I see on firefox.
looks like crt.sh are slow on logging newer certs
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