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How can I disable a root certificate in iOS?

I want to disable all root certificates in iOS since I'll be using a proxy to access all HTTPS sites. How do I disable all root certs in iOS?
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Java Certificate Issues

Overview We are building a JAVA Application that communicates data over secure HTTPS lines. Problem When we run our application from Eclipse/Terminal, via the command "java -jar ...
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Why is the CAcert root certificate not trusted on iOS devices?

I distinctly remember that when I bought my first iPhone and iPad a couple of years back, I was able to install the CAcert root certificate on those devices and iOS would trust the certificate. These ...
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“Failed to validate certificate” error while launching web based Java application

I am trying to launch a web based java application on OSX 10.9.2 (Macbook Pro Retina late 2013). The first time when I tried to open the .jnlp file it prompted me to install Java RE even though I have ...
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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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426 views

Safari not warning on SSL certificate hostname mismatch

For some reason (e.g., bad preferences setting, maybe?) Safari 6.0.5, on OS X 10.8.4, is failing to give me an SSL Certificate Warning when I visit a site whose hostname doesn't match the hostname ...
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'Always Trust' wifi network not working

This is more of an annoyance than anything...I have a MacBook Pro (latest Retina 15") and a Mac mini (latest model) both running Mac OS 10.8.4 and whenever I connect to my company's wifi network, I ...
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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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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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Dealing with bad Gmail certificate in Adium

My wife and I are both running current versions of OS X (10.7.2) and Adium (1.4.3). We both use gmail accounts in it for instant messaging. She launched Adium yesterday, and it complained that ...