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trust self signed certificates from employer

I manually set the permissions to each individual from my employer to Always Trust, is there a way to just Always Trust my companies self signed cert? The biggest problem is email attachments, they ...
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OS X Maverick 10.9 Import SSL Cert from Windows Server 2008

I created Open Directory and ProfileManager with self-signed certificate. Now I try to replace the self-signed certificate with the already Signed Certificated currently use on our Active Directory ...
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Is it important to backup public keys for iOS Developer Certificates?

I have read everywhere that you need to backup your private keys for iOS Developer Certificates on your Mac. I want to know if public key is important to backup or not. In case if a person just keeps ...
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'No machine certificates found' when adding machine certificate into VPN

I've 2 certificates, one for user authentication and another for machine authentication. My user authentication includes certificate and private key based on which I've generated pkcs12 file using ...
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safari website requires a client certificate

I went to a site I regularly use and got this when logging in with Safari I seem to have 2 certificated of the same name both issued by Apple and both are not expired (found by searching in ...
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How to stop trusting a self-signed certificate on OSX 10.8.5?

This is an odd one. I have a web server that presents a self-signed certificate when accessed over HTTPS. Previously, I marked this certificate as "trusted", so it appeared as such in the Keychain ...
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Enable a CRL endpoint for my CA in Keychain Access

I have a Certificate Authority and I'd like to configure CRL. Is there a way to do this in Keychain Access? (I am running OS X Server).
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Make certificate trusted by default [non admin user]

On my MBP, 10.8.3, I am trying to make a certificate to be always trusted by default. However, it doesn't work. I am using keychain to change the settings. Once the change is done, I have to enter my ...
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List trusted certificates in base64-encoded PEM

Is there any way to list the certificates trusted by the system from the command line in base64-encoded PEM format (i.e. the format used by GPG and OpenSSL)?
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Safari not accepting website certificate

I've been using an internal website at work without any issues until today when I received the error message: "Safari can't open the page "https://...". The error is: "The server "..." did not ...
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Client certificate required after installing certificate

Using safari on OS X 10.8.2 to connect to an internal server via https:, safari indicates a client certificate is required. Tried dragging the certificate from the url field to the desktop and adding ...
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Change location of Certificate Authority directory in OSX

Call me paranoid. When I create sensitive data on my Mac, I store it in an encrypted sparsebundle. So when I recently used the Certificate Assistant to create a new Certificate Authority, I did so ...
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Added site certificate to X509Anchors keychain and STILL can't view page

I added the certificate to the X509Anchors keychain and I STILL can't view FedEx tracking page. It starts to load and then gets cancelled.
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How do I get com.apple.servermgrd to use a non-self-signed SSL certificate?

I have received a valid SSL certificate for my Mountain Lion Server (10.8.2 Build 12C3104) and have installed that cert for use by all services (and SSL and other services do not pop up the "Verify ...
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How to restore servers signed certificates and private keys?

Starting fresh install of OS X Server on myserver.example.com running Mountain Lion after having saved the private key, intermediate and public certificates on another computer. Now I want to ...
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Are these root certificates suspicious?

On a fresh install of Leopard when I look at the root certificates this is what I see when I order them by expiration date. I find the names, dates, and number of certificates suspicious. Is this ...
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Safari can't connect to https

Safari suddenly can't connect to any HTTPS site because it "can't establish a secure connection". This is on an administrator account, not a managed account. A different administrator account is ...
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2answers
463 views

Getting errors when trying to send something using Gmail and Mail 5

I've had a problem for awhile with a Gmail account linked to Mail, which arose last summer after I upgraded to Lion. When I try to send a signed message (signed, in terms of security, not a signature ...
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Where do certificates come from?

On my system when I check Keychain Access I often find new certificates. They get put there behind the scenes. Is that normal? When does this happen? Is there a way I can get alerted when a ...
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How to delete or untrust all root certificates in OSX?

In Keychain Access it looks like you can only untrust/delete certificates one at a time. But there are a lot of certificates I want to get rid of. How can I take care of them all at the same time? ...
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The deleted certificate will be restored after rebooting. But why?

I installed a file *.developerprofile. Then I went to the keychain and deleted 3 certificates (they were expired). Everything is OK. But deleted certificates appeared when I rebooted my Mac. But why? ...