If you try to connect to a remote Git repository (for example, git://github.com/user/repo.git), and you receive the following error: error: peer certificate issuer is not recognized. This problem is caused by an outdated CA (certificate authority) file on the system.
What is the problem?
The problem is that your computer is not recognizing the certificate issuer as being reliable. This means that the website you are trying to visit may not be secure, and your personal information could be at risk. To fix this, you will need to add the certificate issuer to your list of trusted sources.
What causes the problem?
The problem is caused by the certificate issuer not being in the list of trusted CAs (Certificate Authorities) on the computer. In order for a certificate to be trusted, it must be signed by a CA that is included in the list of trusted CAs on the computer.
The first thing you’ll want to do is check if the certificate is installed on the server. If it is, then the problem may be with the way the certificate is being presented to the browser. One common way to solve this is to use a different browser.
How to fix the problem?
If you get an error message saying that your computer can’t verify the identity of the server, it means that your computer is unable to establish a secure connection with our server using SSL.
This can be caused by a couple of things:
- Your computer’s clock is set to a date or time that is before the date or time when our SSL certificate was issued.
- The root certificate store on your computer is missing a certificate that’s needed to verify our SSL certificate.
To fix this problem, you’ll need to do one or both of the following:
- Set your computer’s clock to the current date and time.
- Add the missing certificates to your computer’s root certificate store.
What are the benefits of fixing the problem?
There are many benefits to fixing this problem. One, it will ensure that your computer can communicate with all websites and Internet-based services. Two, it will improve your computer’s security by ensuring that all certificates issued by trusted authorities are recognized. Three, it will help protect your privacy by ensuring that only trusted websites can access your information.