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How to add trusted CA to eclipse [message #1279479] Fri, 28 March 2014 20:38 Go to next message
Thom DeCarlo is currently offline Thom DeCarlo
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In order to access any https site (e.g., https(colon-slash-slash)dl.google.com from the software updater or https(colon-slash-slash)www.google.com from the embedded browser) from within eclipse 4.3.2, I need to add my company's CA to eclipse's trust list. I have added the required crt's to every "cacert" file I can find on my computer (CentOS 6.5), but none have any effect on eclipse's behavior.

Can anyone tell me how to this? I found several old questions asking the same thing in this forum, but it doesn't appear that they were ever answered.

Thanks!

(Sorry about the (colon-slash-slash), I haven't posted enough to be allowed to include links in my message.)

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Re: How to add trusted CA to eclipse [message #1279701 is a reply to message #1279479] Sat, 29 March 2014 04:57 Go to previous message
David Williams is currently offline David Williams
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On 03/28/2014 04:38 PM, Thom DeCarlo wrote:
> In order to access any https site (e.g.,
> https(colon-slash-slash)dl.google.com from the software updater or
> https(colon-slash-slash)www.google.com from the embedded browser) from
> within eclipse 4.3.2, I need to add my company's CA to eclipse's trust
> list. I have added the required crt's to every "cacert" file I can
> find on my computer (CentOS 6.5), but none have any effect on
> eclipse's behavior.
> Can anyone tell me how to this? I found several old questions asking
> the same thing in this forum, but it doesn't appear that they were
> ever answered.
>
> Thanks!
>
This doesn't address exactly what you asked, but Ian Bull wrote a blog
entry about adding self-signed certificates ... perhaps it has some
information that would help you?
See
http://eclipsesource.com/blogs/2013/04/19/installing-eclipse-plug-ins-from-an-update-site-with-a-self-signed-certificate/
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