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Published 03.02.2015

Important information regarding DIBS SSL server certificate for payment.architrade.com


DIBS will be replacing the SSL server certificate for payment.architrade.com

with a new server certificate. The existing SSL server certificate is issued 

by a Thawte CA and will be expiring on February 25th. 


To address this issue, DIBS will replace the Thawte-issued server 

certificate with a new server certificate issued by Thawte.


When will the certificate be replaced

The server certificate is scheduled to be replaced between: 

 18/02/2015 08:00 and 18/02/2015 10:00 CET 


What are the changes in the new certificate?

DIBS will be moving from SHA-1 Certificates to the SHA-2 Hashing Algorithm. 

You should ensure that your systems support SHA-2. All major browsers support SHA-2, 

and several certificate issuers have made "compatibility lists", eg.


 Both the new server certificates and the new intermediate CA certificates can 

be downloaded from our website: 


Server certificate: https://cdn.dibspayment.com/ssl/payment_architrade_com.crt

Intermediate certificate: https://cdn.dibspayment.com/ssl/payment_architrade_com_intermediate.crt


To ensure that all customers are able to use the system after the switch 

we have set a temporary system up with the new certificate. It will require some 

changes at your end. 


How to test

When you have made your tests, then please revert your changes. All new transactions and

modification on existing will happen on productions systems.  


On Windows: To use the test setup you will have to manually alter the host file on your 

system to point "payment.architrade.com" to a different IP address.

Point to this IP:

On Windows based systems the hosts file is edited as follows:

 * search for notepad.exe

* right click it and select to "run as administrator"

* notepad will now open

* in notepad´s menu select file -> open

* navigate to : c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\

* in the file name extention dropdown find "Text Documents(*.txt)" and change it to "All Files (*.*)"

* the hosts file should now be visible, double click it to start editing it.

* Add the line to the host file in the same way as on Linux

* Save the file


On Linux:  Edit the file “/etc/hosts” as root with an editor of 

own choice, adding the new address to the bottom of the file as follows: payment.architrade.com

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