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I had a similar problem and found that the date on my computer was wrong and thereby all security website certificates were expired. I simply adjusted the date backwards and worked flawlessly. Kept saying cannot establish a secure connection (because the security tag was outdated on the website...) This also will effect all apps that use time/date such as ...


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There are several things which need checking here but this is not a direct answer as not all of them might be the issue here. For a working example for macports see here Where is stunnel the path is not the same in launchd as it is in a terminal session You can't have sudo in the script as run by root - however in this case you don't need the script just ...


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It appears that stunnel backgrounds itself, i.e. it forks a subprocess to do the actual work in the background, then exits. When a launchd-managed process exits, launchd defaults to automatically killing off any leftover subprocesses... like the background stunnel process. I haven't tested these, but there are two simple ways to avoid this. First, you can ...


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I have discovered the answer myself after some lucky digging and determining the right question to ask (as so often is the case!). It turns out there is a tool for Mono that allows you to do what the Windows 'netsh http add' does: httpcfg --add -port <portnum> -p12 <certfile.p12> See also ...


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In OS X, the process responsible for accepting incoming connections is responsible for setting up and enforcing SSL/TLS. In most cases this will be a web server like Apache's httpd or nginx. Take a look at SignalR and HTTPS for links and help to enable SSL support in signalR services. Stunnel If you can not enable SSL within your service, consider using ...



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