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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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iPad Mail client - IMAP with X.509 client certificates?

Short version: Does anyone know if X.509 client certificates are supposed to work on the iPad for IMAP mail? Am I wasting my time trying to get a feature that doesn't work to work? If the built-in ...
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How to get wiki and profile manager to run on different port

Currently the wiki and the profile manager runs on port 443 (ssl). We have other services using port 443 on our network, and therefore I cannot port forward that port to my Lion Server. How can I ...
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Downgrade 10.7.2 to 10.7.1?

Is it possible to downgrade from Mac OS X 10.7.2 to 10.7.1 without deleting all files? I want to do this because of this: http://superuser.com/questions/349740/mac-os-x-lion-10-7-2-update-breaks-ssl
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Built-in WebDAV client able to connect via HTTPS with client certificate?

Using Mac OS 10.6.8, I'm trying to connect via HTTPS to a WebDAV server that requires client certificates. Without luck so far. The certificate is stored in the keychain. Is this possible with the ...
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Setting Safari SSL/TLS Cipher Suites

Does anyone know how to set the priority order of SSL/TLS cipher suites on Safari for Mac OSX (10.7 ideally, but any version would be helpful). Can't seem to find any documentation on that point.
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Configuring SSL with Apache under Lion

Following on from my previous question (which I answered myself), Configuring OS X 10.7 Lion Server to serve Rails Apps via Apache ...I'm now looking to set up SSL. Again, I have the config working ...
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How do I un-trust or remove blacklisted root CAs from mobile Safari on my iPhone or iPad?

The DigiNotar root CA has been compromised and has been blacklisted by Mozilla and Chrome. I've already un-trusted their root CA in Keychain on my OS X devices, but how can I do something similar on ...
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Why are Safari and Chrome not throwing warnings after removing the root certificates

Certificates issued by DigiNotar have been blacklisted today by Mozilla. Viewing websites with certificates issued by DigiNotar with a nightly build of Firefox will render warnings. Instead of ...