im having trouble acessing the vault via https. The page does not load at all. It works fine with http though.
Im not using lets encrypt, instead I would like to use a wildcard certificate. I have placed
the wildcard certificate into /etc/ssl and adapted the corresponding paths in the config.yml.
Any suggestions what to do next? Did i forget something?
Https is working fine and always has on this end. Use FF Quantum for the browser, and keep it updated on Debian!
Maybe I should have been a little clearer, sorry for that.
I’m talking about On-premises Hosting. I created a VM with ubuntu on it and installed bitwarden on it. When I access the bitwarden vault via https it does not load at all. Also I do not get any
certificate warning issues or something like that.
I just checked the error.log of the nginx and found following error message:
2020/01/13 14:49:40 [emerg] 1#1: cannot load certificate key “/etc/ssl/bitwarden.goering.de/cert.key”: PEM_read_bio_PrivateKey() failed (SSL: error:2807106B:UI routines:UI_process:processing error:while reading strings error:0906406D:PE$06D:PEM routines:PEM_def_callback:problems getting password error:0907B068:PEM routines:PEM_read_bio_PrivateKey:bad password read)
It seems there is something wrong with the key file?
Are you using a self signed certificate?