New answers tagged ssl
The list of trusted roots in Mavericks can be found here: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT6005 However, I'm not actually aware of a way to modify the "System Roots" keychain, so any new certificate authorities installed would appear in either the System or Login keychains.
You could use the reverse engineering method. Here is the list of all aps that come with Mac. So any CA you find in key chain that are not those are the one you are looking for.
I wouldn't start randomly trusting individual certificates for websites. That just sounds like a bad idea. Without the chain of trust to confirm the provenance of the certificates it just seems like too much of a risk. One option is to visit DigiCert's site and download the specific DigiCert certificates that are missing and install them. You appear to ...
I ran into a similar issue just the other day, only in Safari. An HTTPS site kept popping up a list of certificates to click on and then continue or cancel, it never went through. What I found is that the certificate in the keychain was damaged, deleting those certs in the keychain utility fixed the issue. BEFORE YOU DO THAT Backup your keychain, just in ...
Top 50 recent answers are included