SVN Server SSL Certificate Change

August 13, 2010 Willie Wang

SSL Certificate ChangeOn US PT 8/17/2010 9:00 AM, we will be updating the SSL certificate on all of our SVN servers.  This is a scheduled and routine maintenance that may affect all Codesion customers and trial users with subversion projects.

Business Impact

Some SVN clients do not bundle a list of trusted Certificate Authorities.  Therefore, due to this SSL certificate change, you may need to re-accept the SSL certificate information.  You may get a prompt like:

You can manually validate our certificate information with the following Fingerprint:

C6:0A:10:4E:87:9A:35:65:5E:E1:D3:FB:74:D0:E9:D4:58:72:6D:56

Choose to “accept permanently” and you can continue to use the service.

Support

If you need assistance, please visit help.codesion or email support.

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