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error 60: CA cert issue

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Hey all, I just installed Classicube on my old power pc emac. It runs beautifully, but when I try to connect to multiplayer I get the issue: error 60 when signing in: Peer certificate cannot be verified with known CA certificates. I know the emac is a little old but is there anyway around this?

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Most likely you need to install the Baltimore CyberTrust Root root SSL certificate into the System Keychain. I haven't tried myself, but one of these ways should probably work:

1. Navigating to https://www.classicube.net in Safari and trusting the certificate from there (https://help.ivanti.com/ap/help/en_US/fd/2020/Content/FileDirector/Admin/Clients/Mac_Client/Install_Root_Certificate_on_Mac.htm)

2. Manually downloading the .crt from https://www.digicert.com/kb/digicert-root-certificates.htm and then double clicking it to install the certificate (https://www.eduhk.hk/ocio/content/faq-how-add-root-certificate-mac-os-x or https://support.n4l.co.nz/s/article/Installing-an-SSL-Certificate-on-an-Apple-OS-X-Device-Manually) 

 

If that still doesn't work, then try adding https-verify=false to options.txt to disable SSL certificate validation for ClassiCube (not a great idea security wise though)

As an absolute last resort, try adding to http-no-https=True to force ClassiCube to connect to classicube.net over http:// instead of https://. Keep in mind that turning on this option means your account password is transmitted over the network in plain text when you sign in.

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I downloaded it, its the latest version of the software. I'm sure it would work perfectly fine on another computer, but its the emac I want to run it on.

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21 hours ago, 78donadams said:

Maybe you need a Different PC? Have you tried Restarting it? It could be Because you have an Old Version of the Computer, Or you need a laptop that's Updated to the Current Version on whatever PC you get, Also did you Download it? or do you use the Browser Version?


I don't think anything you ask applies to this question. The Poster has already stated that he is using a Mac with a downloaded client, and UnknownShadow has already addressed that he might need to download the root certificate. If you don't know how you want to respond, then it's best to not respond at all. Thank you for reading, 78donadams.

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Maybe you need a Different PC? Have you tried Restarting it? It could be Because you have an Old Version of the Computer, Or you need a laptop that's Updated to the Current Version on whatever PC you get, Also did you Download it? or do you use the Browser Version?

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