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Issue with MOZILLA_PKIX_ERROR_INVALID_INTEGER_ENCODING

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Hi Community,

Quite often (more and more these days) I'm receiving MOZILLA_PKIX_ERROR_INVALID_INTEGER_ENCODING message. Full text message is "An error occurred during a connection to XYZ. The server presented a certificate that contains an invalid encoding of an integer. Common causes include negative serial numbers, negative RSA moduli, and encodings that are longer than necessary."

I've tried searching for this error, but I was unable to figure out what exactly does it means (except that Firefox finds this certificate invalid for some reason), and how to fix/disable this (except for replacing a certificate).

I know this certificate is a self-signed one, but I don't care as it is used in my lab. More important, Chrome or IE or Edge do not report this issue and are allowing me to choose to trust it.

Thanks

Hi Community, Quite often (more and more these days) I'm receiving MOZILLA_PKIX_ERROR_INVALID_INTEGER_ENCODING message. Full text message is "An error occurred during a connection to XYZ. The server presented a certificate that contains an invalid encoding of an integer. Common causes include negative serial numbers, negative RSA moduli, and encodings that are longer than necessary." I've tried searching for this error, but I was unable to figure out what exactly does it means (except that Firefox finds this certificate invalid for some reason), and how to fix/disable this (except for replacing a certificate). I know this certificate is a self-signed one, but I don't care as it is used in my lab. More important, Chrome or IE or Edge do not report this issue and are allowing me to choose to trust it. Thanks
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