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I think this Apple support article has the list you're looking for: iOS 7: List of available trusted root certificates And StartCom is on there.


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downloaded and created the USB over 10 times with the same error, then found this simplest solution of all, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvd1D1291R0


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Should I worry about this? You should always distrust SSL connections that are using expired certificates. This could indicate a simple oversight on the part of the website operator or it could indicate a malicious attempt to intercept encrypted communications between the website and your browser. Heed your browser's warnings and don't load the page ...


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I finally solved the issue by opening the web sites that misbehaved, one at a time, in Safari. From there you proceed to trust each and every certificate. They are then re-added to your keychain. More can be found in this KB. I'd like to thank @bmike for doing his best to assist. Restoring from backup would probably work (if I had one - silly me).


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Restore the contents of these three directories from a recent backup: ~/Library/Keychains /Library/Keychains /System/Library/Keychains On my system this comprises 18 files and a subdirectory in the user folder ~/Library/Keychains



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