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About hummels151

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  1. Hi @Pratyush Sharma, Thanks for your hint that Enpass is just using the system wide root certificate store. It seems like all browsers on all my "not working" devices have own CAs built in so it just works. I then tried to figure it out using a connect of openssl on my ubuntu 20.04 machine and discovered that my server was sending the wrong (old) intermediate certificate. So the browsers seem to "know" the intermediates already and trust them while the root devices obviously do not. After changing my QNAP NAS to use the correct new intermediate, it works like a charme again.
  2. I am using Enpass on the following devices: Android 10 QKQ1.190825.002, Enpass (sync only working when SSL verification ignored) Ubuntu 20.04, Enpass 6.5.1 (723) (sync only working when SSL verification ignored) Win10 Pro 10.0.19042, Enpass 6.5.2 (724) (just checked it again and surprisingly the sync was working with SSL verification) So currently it looks like the linux based devices are facing the issue. When configuring without verification, got the following: On Android I even got the error code 904060. When I check "ignore verification of SSL cert
  3. Hi, Since Friday my Enpass is not synchronizing with my WebDAV on a QNAP NAS anymore. I have not changed anything. The Enpass Version is still the same and the QNAP NAS still runs on the same firmware with same settings. The only thing that has changed is the renewed letsencrypt certificate which is issued by the new R3 intermediate with ISRG Root X1 authority. I checked if it is a certificate problem by changing the synchronization settings to "ignore SLL certificate verification". Using this setting, the sync was successful. Without this setting it fails with error code "904060". A cros
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