I have been using PgAdmin III with SSL for a couple of months. I set up certificates for both the server and the client, valid until March 2009. Everything worked fine.
Now the bad news: PgAdmin refuses to connect since yesterday, with this error message:
Error connecting to the server: SSL error: sslv3 alert certificate expired
This is obviously a nonsense, as both certificates are valid and system clocks on both computers show correct date and time. I even restarted the PostgreSQL server, which did not help.
Using PostgreSQL 8.3.3, compiled --with-openssl.
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