Seems like you'll need to allow those:
I have the same problem!!
We will ping our network team and request they add these certs. In the mean time, you can use the check box to disable the cert check to get around this.
Is there some progress on this front? I guess most people just skip verification, but that's not very convenient.
+1 any update?
How is this coming along? Let's Encrypt is gaining in popularity as time progresses.
Any help here would be great.
@Matthew Greenwald @Samson Tan
for me it worked when I used the "skip verification" which is not good but at least it worked...
Appreciate the input, the team has confirmed we're able to use that as a workaround.
@Gary Sackett Any update on this? Currently using the "skip verification" workaround as well, which is not ideal.
Anyone with an update? This still is a problem.
The problem still exists...
I am getting the same
We are using a local network install of bitbucket (5.4) and the skip verification option is not available
The only option for us is not to use https
Surely @Gary Sackett this needs to be addressed?
We have the same problem. I hope it can be added soon....
I am also affected by this issue. Plesk has integrations now for bitbucket + Let's Encrypt and in fact provides Let's Encrypt certificates by default. This led to a few hours of confusion as it wasn't a self-signed cert!
I am facing same issue. Please help
Started getting this issue out of the blue a few days ago. Will use skip verification for now.