During the startup, don't give a message which indicate the peer not be authenticated.
morpho - general
When we start morpho, if there is no valid certificate, morpho will show a warning message twice: Peer not be authenticated.
I don't think it is not necessary to show this warning. It may gave a new user a feeling that something is wrong. Actually, this message just indicates that the user hasn't logged in.
I was going to remove this call since we are using UUIDs locally and have no need to call the server to check if the last used scope.X identifier.
Removed the setLastID() call because we are using UUIDs and have no need to check the server for the next available scope.X identifier.
I wonder if we should delete the expired client certificate so that calls are made as public rather than just failing with SSL error.
Now getting rid of the client certificate if it is expired.
Original Bugzilla ID was 5841
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