We are running Confluence 4.3.7 with SSL on debian.
We are having trouble importing our new wildcard certificate using the provided tutorial here:
Have also tried the tutorial directly from digicert:
The csr was not generated on the confluence box
Using both tutorials ends with "keytool error: java.lang.Exception: Input not an X.509 certificate"
That didn't solve the problem either but I decided to go back and read over the errors I have recieved over the last day working on this and with some help from online articles then problem was my keystore password was different then my certificate password. SO I deleted the keystore, remade it with my cert password and everything imported and is now working.
keytool -importkeystore -deststorepass 123456 -destkeypass 123456 -destkeystore /root/.keystore -destalias server -srckeystore star.domain.com.pfx -srcstoretype PKCS12 -srcstorepass 123456
please run this on your box
openssl pkcs7 -chain -print_certs -in star_domain_com.p7b -out star_domain_com.cer
afterwards try importing the cer file.
let me know how it goes
please note: i am not 100% if this will work for you...but i remember not facing any issues using .cer or .crt files...so lets try converting this. don't worry your .p7b still be there.
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