Re: [thredds] expired certificate on

  • To: Jennifer Oxelson Ganter <oxelson@xxxxxxxx>, David Robertson <robertson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Subject: Re: [thredds] expired certificate on
  • From: "Schumacher,Russ" <Russ.Schumacher@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 1 Jun 2020 17:32:56 +0000
  • Arc-authentication-results: i=1; 1; spf=pass; dmarc=pass action=none; dkim=pass; arc=none
  • Arc-message-signature: i=1; a=rsa-sha256; c=relaxed/relaxed;; s=arcselector9901; h=From:Date:Subject:Message-ID:Content-Type:MIME-Version:X-MS-Exchange-SenderADCheck; bh=llbaSqCygcJjCFEPvucerBloJNjQVJb/atZG4zZ7MyU=; b=M8aDJuD71P5oJgOZL/h9AjLUTA8AAC8e0BTT4EXd5R1EEQgXw/pOyw8BDEgBoEEKZPobkhyY5j4AgMh/1Gkb8bPIUTYdj5/d3zVGdCfPAF65ua0VHL8biNIODlbSL4uETGVgQYjXBH/Q/cZCncpCSby3fX8s2LeXvtVQnSDnpt6N9ealf2rP0c6XMYZYIMkEcrLTpkj7fZYzs7V76fxh9+rR95hpOseJDUOp75gKCI/yC475qLLVX9k2Z3hYz5+H/hjJdRNQa9e122N0e139PDDPeqPYkZMSQLl8FRYiYjGKQ1eFY+puQkGiOmNb3CJm+5bOv4yHblaihekHQadu0Q==
  • Arc-seal: i=1; a=rsa-sha256; s=arcselector9901;; cv=none; b=OlLw2EI2erJTL6fVt5MAoG3DNPI26kOTg2bM55LG2dEEmKmthmxa0NX8lbbvdwT3ZfJpq78ogBiS+++Ppq+WFnJh9Eb5P5TY6HHZzCzmc4CH42Ruq+v8wNkTbdIlFxGDo4IPOjf7oiQ37ENAU53DAfbcu0akC++vY6gXWJxgFhjhQWkhzz/wqzK9Q5NSx+KgoDD82s30H3Qb+4ZfsRkRGCbVXyLpoYsNLv8VZWsJrv/wU1DYPe3O39qtu2kD9E5fhFdsgNcclaWSO/xAlq5NB7zEUK30MpTTHquzn4HyKoMnK+ZTEbHGPOqaJBoRWn4yLAJPWAQia/FKZnFbVk0iIQ==
  • Authentication-results:; dkim=none (message not signed) header.d=none;; dmarc=none action=none;
Thanks, Jennifer – looks like everything is working again on my end.  Much 


From: Jennifer Oxelson Ganter <oxelson@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Monday, June 1, 2020 at 11:31 AM
To: David Robertson <robertson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: "Schumacher,Russ" <Russ.Schumacher@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, 
"thredds@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx" <thredds@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [thredds] expired certificate on

Hello all,

Happy Monday.

As Dave mentioned, the issue was caused by the expiration of a secondary path 
to an intermediate cert file which would cause an error in certain clients 
(e.g., wget).

This has been fixed on the<>,<>,<>,
 sites.  We are working to resolve it on our other servers.

Please let me know if you have any questions!


On Mon, Jun 1, 2020 at 10:59 AM David Robertson 
<robertson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx<mailto:robertson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
Hi Russ,

This is probably aimed more at the admins for the thredds ucar instance.

Same thing happened to some services on our computers (LDAP, SVN, GIT, etc.) 
but browsers seem unaffected. Our solution was to download a new intermediate 
cert package from incommon. We still don’t know what was expired that that has 
fixed all our issues so far.


From: thredds 
<thredds-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx<mailto:thredds-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>> on 
behalf of "Schumacher,Russ" 
Date: Monday, June 1, 2020 at 12:44 PM
To: "thredds@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx<mailto:thredds@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>" 
Subject: [thredds] expired certificate on<>

Hi all,

Not sure if this is the right list to use, but I noticed that some of my 
scripts that use wget to pull data from<>
 (using NCSS) started throwing errors like this over the weekend (this uses 
threddsrc, but I also got the same error with<>)

--2020-06-01 16:38:58--<>
Connecting to<>
ERROR: The certificate of 
 is not trusted.
ERROR: The certificate of 
 has expired.

Any suggestions for how to resolve this would be appreciated – thanks much!


Russ S. Schumacher
Director, Colorado Climate Center
Colorado State Climatologist
Associate Professor, Department of Atmospheric Science
Colorado State University
e-mail: russ.schumacher@xxxxxxxxxxxxx<mailto:russ.schumacher@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
phone: 970.491.8084

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