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Import Custom Root CA

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Import Custom Root CA

Hello,

I generated a custom CA and used it to sign a server cert. I imported it in the system trusted-ca (ArchLinux). Chromium, Falkon and cURL all accept the custom cert but Firefox does not.

The Root CA is listed in the Certificate/CA list of Firefox (as System Trust) and IS trusted to authenticate web servers.

Nonetheless, Firefox keeps displaying the SSL_ERROR_BAD_CERT_DOMAIN error claiming that jellyfin.media.0 is not part of the trusted names which are jellyfin.media.0, ....

I'm using Firefox 75.0 (distributed by manjaro).

I believe that this problem is Firefox related since the cert works with other browser and curl. Thank you for your help!

Import Custom Root CA Hello, I generated a custom CA and used it to sign a server cert. I imported it in the system trusted-ca (ArchLinux). Chromium, Falkon and cURL all accept the custom cert but Firefox does not. The Root CA is listed in the Certificate/CA list of Firefox (as System Trust) and IS trusted to authenticate web servers. Nonetheless, Firefox keeps displaying the SSL_ERROR_BAD_CERT_DOMAIN error claiming that jellyfin.media.0 is not part of the trusted names which are jellyfin.media.0, .... I'm using Firefox 75.0 (distributed by manjaro). I believe that this problem is Firefox related since the cert works with other browser and curl. Thank you for your help!

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Firefox uses its own certificate store and not the OS certificate store, so you need to import this root certificate in the Firefox Certificate Manager and set the appropriate trust bit(s) when prompted.

  • Options/Preferences -> Privacy & Security
    Certificates: View Certificates -> Authorities -> Import