I get this "self signed ssl" error when I am on the wifi at my son's high school. They are using Palo Alto for their firewall this year, and it has been happening ever since they started using it.
Where do you run the `openssl` command? I tried to run it in Android Studio's Terminal (on Windows 10), but it said openssl isn't a command.
I found this result "https://mattferderer.com/fix-git-self-signed-certificate-in-certificate-chain-on-windows", which has a good explanation and easy steps for including a certificate into the store that Git uses. I am working on creating a ca-bundle.crt file that I can put on the machines that are being used.
Has anyone had experience fixing this issue with Palo Alto, similar to what was found for Kaspersky?
Stop facing Certificate issues (SSL ..), use SSH cloning and that would work like a charm,
I had this same problem. I am not sure what causes it but I think that your local machine tries to do some SSL verification before making a call to Github. You can prevent it from doing these SSL verifications by running the command
git config --global http.sslVerify false
After running this command I was able to do git operations from my Windows 10 machine. You might want to do your research on why SSL verifications are important though in order to know the security risks if any