Question: Obtaining a strong and Murmur supported Certificate

  • dravion_smith

    dravion_smith - 2014-04-26

    Hi @all,
    I dont like the Warning Message for new users, trying to access my Mumbleserver. In the Manuals it seems there is an Way to configure a strong/trusted certificate but i dont know what certificate
    class and/or which Strong/Supported Certificate Authority is supported (Verisign, Comodo etc).

    Iam willing to buy an strong SSL certificate but i must know wich CA's are supported
    by Murmur and the Mumbleclient to get the green/Trusted Server status for my Mumbleserver.

    ps: iam on a rootserver i have full access to any Params on my Linux box.

  • mumblenz

    mumblenz - 2014-05-25

    I use a PositiveSSL cert though namecheap. I hate their website, but an ssl cert is an ssl cert as far as i'm concerned. You get a heavy discount if you register a .com for a year, it worked out cheaper to get a .com and an ssl cert, than just the price of the ssl cert alone. With a .com i think it costs $9.


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