linux – Intermediate Certification Expiration trust issues between OS’s

I recently had a intermediate certificate expire on my network. The sysadmins were able to push a GPO out to the Windows Servers with the new certificate chain and it restored Windows to Windows communication between servers without a reboot. However the Linux servers were still seeing the expired certificate chain when I ran

openssl s_client -connect

and were not able to successfully curl to the servers without ssl errors.

I tried restarting IIS and still presented the same problems. The only thing that corrected the intermediate certificate store for Linux was fully rebooting the Windows Servers.

It seems like Windows should not require a reboot to fix the certificate chain because Windows to Windows communication was restored without one. Is there something fundamentally different with how Linux and Windows validate certificate chains between each other and if they have had successful communication before they use those old certificate chains?

Any insight or recommended reading to understanding certificate chains between Linux and Windows would be appreciated.

magento2: stores the expiration time of the external API in the custom module

I use ajax to get the access token from the external API. How can I store the expired time on the site and the ajax only calls back when the session expired?


/ helloworld / index / display is the controller that will get the entry from Store -> Configuration and call the external API using cURL

    url: "/helloworld/index/display",
    type: "GET",
    complete: function (response) {
        access_token = response.responseText;

How to manually add expiration header for google font css files?

I am trying to boost my shoeamaze website but when I see it on gtmetrix
says the following statement

There are 6 static components without a future expiration date.

code signing: why does Windows consider a certificate valid even after its expiration time?

I downloaded the Google Cloud SDK installer today, and when checking the certificate to validate it, I noticed something strange: the certificate expiration date seems to be December 22, 2019, more than four months from today, April 30, 2020 However, despite this, Windows displays the certificate as valid and does not seem to care that the certificate has passed its expiration date.

Screenshot of certificate details. Note the expiration date.

What is going on here then? Why does Windows consider this certificate valid even though it expired four months ago? I was under the impression that certificates can no longer be trusted once they expire and require renewal. Isn't this the case with the software firm?


Retrieve posts and pages from expired domain (no xml x-port pre expiration)

Agreeing to help those who find this post, I corrected the problem in manual way above. The easiest process is

1) To back up ALL files from your current WP installation
2) To Back up the SQL database and export
3) Create new WP
—- NOTE: Save your old file wp-config.php and rename it wp-confgig (YOUR SITE), and also for the new site. You will have to change the credentials to point to the database where it has its content, the most important table is wp_posts. Please note that "wp" is just a WordPress installation with the database prefix. Yours may be different. If you are logged into your PHPMyAdmin, you can see its prefix, they must match. This is where I mixed. When importing the database tables did not match.
4) Upload all files from the previous installation
5) Import database
6) Find and replace the previous domain if you changed domain.

You must be good to go!

classify expiration date location on medication label and batch number

Is it possible that using the Machine Learning classification model we can classify / predict the LOCATION / ORIENTATION of the lot number and the expiration date on the label of the different vials?

If yes, possible approaches. But because?

Thank you

mysql: find next expiration date by excluding weekend and holidays in php by getting value from same table and inserting it

i just used this code and its not working

getting value from table

        $sql = "SELECT Nextactiondate FROM pr_trial_test WHERE SLNO='12'";

         $result = mysqli_query($conn,$sql);

         if (mysqli_num_rows($result)>'0') {
            while($row = mysqli_fetch_assoc($result)) {

Holiday Matrix

                $action_date_2 = '$sql';
                $holidays = ('(2020-01-04','2020-01-05','2020-01-11','2020-01-12','2020-01-18','2020-01-19','2020-01-25','2020-01-26','2020-02-01','2020-02-02','2020-02-08',
2020-09-05','2020-09-06','2020-09-12','2020-09-13','2020-09-19','2020-09-20','2020-09-26',' 2020-09-27','2020-10-03','2020-10-04','2020-10-10','2020-10-11','2020-10-17','2020-10-18','

                                $i ='1';
                            $nextactiondate2 = date('Y-m-d',strtotime('$action_date_2'.'+30 Weekday'));

check the calculation of the expiration date
$ date = date (& # 39; Y-m-d & # 39 ;, strtotime (& # 39; $ action_date_2 & # 39 ;. & # 39; + 30 Weekday & # 39;));

       $nextactiondate2 = date('Y-m-d', strtotime($action_date_2.' +'.$i.' weekdays'));

                            $date= date('Y-m-d',strtotime($action_date_2));
                    $sql="UPDATE pr_trial_test SET nextactiondate2='$nextactiondate2' WHERE SLNO='12'";

echo "table inserted successfully";
            echo "0 results";

table inserted successfully.

But there is no change in the table.

status – REST API: is it a violation of the naming convention if a GET method changes the key expiration to redis?

I have proposed a REST API called & # 39; getSessionState & # 39; which is basically a back-end API that retrieves status information from a redis server and returns it to clients.

Because the state data is saved on a Redis server, every time a user calls the function, I will extend the expiration of the redis data structure a bit to avoid key failures.

The question arises that, strictly speaking, you are making a change in the state. So it shouldn't be called & # 39; getSessionState & # 39; because & # 39; get & # 39; does not imply any change in the backup data.

Is that a fair comment?

If so, what will be a good alternative name for getSessionState?

My team generally uses the Google API design documentation as a design guide, but I'm not sure if it covers the TTL aspect.

reservations: United Airlines exemptions and ticket value expiration

Recently, United waived exchange rates for departures during March and April.

However, it seems that the value of the tickets is only good for one year since the initial purchase, so if I bought them in September, I would have to use them for this next September.

Is there any way to extend the value to use the tickets later in the year or next year? Let's say, could you book a trip again and then take advantage of the rate change exemption for new Reservations? Or does it not work like this?

php – Delete data according to expiration date

I am making a system where there are food products that have expiration from 7 days to 4 years or unlimited that depends on an internal issue.

The test database is like this

id  producto    valor   fechap      fechal
1   Pan Lactal  150     01/02/2020  15
2   Harina      75      01/03/2020  30
3   Aceite      150     01-03-2020  15
4   Fideos      80      01-03-2020  30

expiration Automatic.php

catch(PDOException $e){
    echo "ERROR: " . $e->getMessage();
query("SELECT * FROM pruebados ORDER BY id DESC");
while ($row = $list->fetch()) {

- $
Ingresado el
Vence en dias

prepare($sql); $stmt->execute(); } } ?>

In altaVencimientoA.php I made a conditional to be able to eliminate the expired product. Think in a moment just modify a value 0 for active and 1 to inactive, but I don't know if that would be fine so I preferred it to be removed

catch(PDOException $e){
    echo "ERROR: " . $e->getMessage();

Nuevo Producto

prepare("INSERT INTO pruebados (producto, valor, fechap, fechal) VALUES (:producto, :valor, :fechap, :fechal)"); $add->bindValue(':producto', $_POST('producto')); $add->bindValue(':valor', $_POST('valor')); $add->bindValue(':fechap', $hoy); $add->bindValue(':fechal', $_POST('fvence')); $add->execute(); header('location: vencimientoAutomatico.php'); } else { echo '
'; } } ?>

The problem is that the expired product is not eliminated, as with the Pan Lactal which was published on 02/01/2020 and expires in 15 days. I don't know how I can solve it, the conditional would eliminate it, but it doesn't work

I hope you help me.