Installing commercial SSL cert hangs FZS @ 100% CPU usage
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|Keywords:||Cc:||aellsworth, Tim Kosse|
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Generate a certificate signing request (CSR). Example
openssl req -new -out certreq.txt
Give the private key a password of "test". For this
example, the corresponding private key will be dropped
in the current directory as "privkey.pem". Note the
location of this file.
Use the CSR you just created to obtain a Thawte trial
SSL certificate for free:
Paste in the text from the certreq.txt file, and save
the resultant certificate text in a new file, certnew.pem.
Pull up the FileZilla server interface. Access Edit ->
Settings. Click SSL/TLS settings. Click Enable SSL/TLS
support. Enter the full path to privkey.pem in the
"Private key file" field. Enter the full path to the
new Thawte trial certificate in the "Certificate file"
field. Press OK.
Filezilla server interface hangs, and consumes 100% of
CPU. Interface must be force-killed.
Version: Filezilla server 0.9.10a
Platform: Windows Server 2003.