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Signing the same solution (file list) for multiple CA

We (the owner of the platform) have a requirement to sign a third-party solution (it is a partner for us) that will be hosted on our platform. However, if the third party solution is already signed by the partner with a known CA, can the owners of the platform sign the bits already signed with a different CA? The reason for the owners of the platform to sign it again is because the platform only accepts CA certificates in particular, and partners may not sign their bits with those particular CAs. The platform wanted to make sure that the bits of the solution are not tampered with after the platform owners have tested them, and also the partners are signing the bits to make sure that the communication between the third-party solution components is reliable .
I'm not an expert in this area and I'm not sure if this is a typical use case or not, and I'm not sure if the use case really makes sense on its own.

dnd 5e – Like DM, how to avoid unconscious metajaming when dealing with a high CA character?

Evaluate the information you have at hand and see if you are metagaming or not.

You should bear in mind that those 19 BC come with a large amount of investment of resources, not only by the choice of fighting style that defines the character, but also by the choice of character class. During the first encounters, you will often face enemies who will have difficulty dealing with a high AC (yes, + 1 AC and the skill option due to the fighter class is an investment). This is the time for the player to shine and enjoy the investment of building their character.

How will that affect the monsters that deal with the tanky fighter? This depends largely on what kind of creatures you throw at them. A Zombie (MM 315) has a limited ability to reason and will attack the nearest enemy, but other creatures are not so limited in their reason. An Harpy (MM 181) would never go to a fair fight or face an obviously heavy heavy warrior in front. Creatures have variable intelligence and tactics that you can usually find in creature descriptions. Some of them will face the heavily armored fighter in front (letting the character building decisions shine), and others will immediately notice that the fighter is not the target they want to attack.

The fact that the creatures make decisions gives your players the option to play with tactics and all the interesting options that the resolution of encounters has in waiting. If you force an intelligent creature on a narrow path, for example, and can only reach the fighter with heavy armor or make the decision to avoid risk opportunity attacks (PHB 195) to reach the launcher that raises a beam of his palms, then that choice and the configuration of that player pays.

The evaluation of the threat, as long as it uses the information that is obvious and discernible to the creature, is not metagaming. The group of players reveals by their actions and their team what type of threat they represent, and the intelligent creatures will reevaluate the threat that any player character represents.

So, how do you avoid meta-loading additional information that you have as a GM, but that the creatures do not have?
This is done through clear communication and a description of what the characters of your player want to do before narrating their actions (PHB 5), and the reflection of the information that the creature can access. Sometimes, you accidentally target particular things that would not be obvious to a child, as most players know things that their characters do not yet know. I consider it a wash unless it becomes a problem, but that would be a different question.

tls: Why does not setting a root CA certificate pose a security risk?

TL; DR: No. This is not how certificates or fixation work.

The fixation of all certificates is to limit the root of the chain of trust to a specific CA or limit the trust certificates to a specific list, per domain. Therefore, when you place a certificate, it basically says "when you validate this domain, use just this certificate as the root of the chain of trust, not anything else in the trust store. "It does not fundamentally change how certificates work, everything else (valid date, domain name, etc.) must still be validated. difference is that, for a specific domain, some of the normal trusted root certificates are not reliable.

The only way that such MITM could happen is if someone managed to obtain a certificate, through Amazon, of their domain. Such thing is technically possible, of course, because people manage systems and people are fallible. However, not setting a certificate does not defend it from that attack and only exposes it to the same attack of all trusted CAs. With the setting of certificates, you should only trust that the CA set is not specifically committed.

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As Patrick Mevzek said in his comment, it's because registrars can have resellers.

This is the response I received from CIRA.

Name.com is a reseller for other registrars, and in this case they are for at least one .CA certified registrar.

Certification is a process that requires some strenuous testing on the side of registrars. They also have to accept and adhere to a large list of policies that we have in place. Resellers do not have to go through the same systems.

In this case, it turns out that my domains are actually registered with Tucows and Gandi Services Inc. and Name is simply reselling them.

How to create a self-signed client certificate without a CA?

I tried many articles online generating certificates using openssl, but unfortunately none of them worked for me 🙁

There is a website that every time I visit this error:

We're sorry, but you must provide a client certificate to continue.

I do not have the CA certificate to generate a certificate from the client side. So far all I have is using:

curl --insecure -v https://10.10.10.131/ 2> & 1 | awk & BEGIN {cert = 0} / ^  * Server certificate: / {cert = 1} / ^  * / {if (cert) print} & # 39;

The output I get is:

* Server certificate:
* subject: CN = abc; O = D E F
* start date: January 27 08:35:30 2019 GMT
* expiration date: January 24 08:35:30 2029 GMT
* sender: CN = abc; O = D E F
* Verification result of the SSL certificate: self-signed certificate (18), continuing anyway.
* Connection # 0 to host 192.168.1.38 remains intact

Is there any way to generate my own client certificate that is accepted by the server without any CA?

The server is working Node.js Express Framework
The client is in Kali Linux Environment.