Den 31. juli 2011 16:53, skrev karlitos(a)seznam.cz:
The settings :
SSLVerifyHost = 0
solved my problem on my N900. But are those settings not some sort of
Probably. If you have a broken certificate and you want your software to
accept the certificate anyway, then, naturally, the only way to do that
is to reduce security.
Or what can I do, that the SSL certificate does properly match the
Well, obviously either the hostname or the certificate have to be
changed to match the other...