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Vpilot SSL/TLS problem


Peter Kollár
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Hello,

does anyone have same problem?

When I did use Vpilot 12 days ago everythink worked without problems.

First scrennshot is when I start Vpilot, and second when I try connect to the Vatsim.

Thank you for help.

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This is most likely due to a root SSL certificate that expired at the end of September. This affects any web site that uses an SSL security certificate provided by LetsEncrypt, which is a major SSL provider, and the one used by the vPilot web site. More details here:

https://letsencrypt.org/docs/dst-root-ca-x3-expiration-september-2021/

Windows 7 is supposed to have an updated root certificate that replaces the one that expired. Perhaps your Windows 7 machine isn't receiving updates from Microsoft. Do you have updates disabled?

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Thank you very much Ross,

yes,  I have disabled updates but solution of this problem is here:  https://www.stephenwagner.com/2021/09/30/sophos-dst-root-ca-x3-expiration-problems-fix/

I installed ISRG Root X1 only and my problem for all aplications is fixed.

Maybe it helps for somone with this problem.

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Hi all. I have this problem but I have windows 10. Does anybody else has the same problem? I tried to uninstall and install vpilot again. I get the same error, without vpilot loading. The only thing I have changed on my PC is to enable the TPM 2.0 that the stupid windows 11 need. I haven't installed windows 11. I have the same error in vpilot and vatspy.

EDIT: I found the way to save it. There are specific rules at the webpage https://www.stephenwagner.com/2021/09/30/sophos-dst-root-ca-x3-expiration-problems-fix/ for windows 10.

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