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I've been meaning to ask this for a long time because it happens few and
far between, but still doesn't make sense.

You have an application that uses the SSL APIs. It works fine. Then one
day, a self-signed certificate expires. Maybe you used it for FTP, Client
Access, whatever.

Your SSL application starts ending with RC(-24) expired certificate.

The certificate that expired has nothing to do with the client app.
There's no application name assigned and they're not linked in any way.

Why does this happen? I've also seen it with expired CAs in the *SYSTEM
store. These CAs have nothing to with the client application or it's
partner.

It's like IBM put some code like this in:

If (anyCAExpired) any (certExpired)
throwAnAError
endif

This makes no sense. When it happens trying to explain why almost makes me
feel like I'm the crazy one. :)

Id love to know the reason behind this.

Brad
www.bvstools.com

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