SSL certificate problem in Git: unable to get local issuer certificate error

This is because when you access git remote warehouse through HTTPS, GIT will report an error if the SSL certificate on the server is not authenticated by a third-party authority. The reason is that unknown unsigned certificates mean that there may be a great risk. The solution is to turn off SSL verify in Git with the following command

This command affects the current user of the system

git config –global http.sslverify false

If you want to set all users globally, you can change it to this:

git config –system http.sslverify false

If you only want to set for the current warehouse, you can execute it under the warehouse directory to be modified

git config http.sslverify false

Modified git configuration C: \ program files \ git \ etc:





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