sudo trust anchor --store localhost.crt and do sudo update-ca-trust
manually moving localhost.crt to /etc/ca-certificates/trust-source/anchors/ and doing sudo update-ca-trust
The first two things but I also added sudo trust extract-compat
No matter what I do, openssl-verify always fail. Chrome says the site is insecure. I also tried to directly import the .crt and a .pfx in chrome. Does not work. Also, my project has Kestrel configured with the proper pfx and password.
Please someone help me with this, I’m desperate for answers.
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