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Open Keychain Access and delete the DigiCert certificates, but only the ones in the login keychain - not the ones in System or System Roots. Afterward, you may need to restart your browser and/or network service (switch Airport off and on again, or disable and re-enable Ethernet. If you want to be sure, just restart your computer. If you're a dummy (like I ...
No it is not possible. The reason: These software packages are compiled for each phone individually (since they feature different hardware), and Apple has not complied one for the iPhone 5. Therefor only Apple (or, in theory anyone else that has the source code) could create a software update for your phone.
If you use MacPorts (and the 3rd-party script you mentioned doesn't remove it from $PATH or calls /usr/bin/curl) you can install the certsync and curl ports in this order. certsync is a tool and a corresponding launchd plist that will export your system keychain to $prefix/etc/openssl/cert.pem and install a symlink $prefix/share/curl/curl-ca-bundle.crt ...
Root doesn't read from the current user trust settings, but there are both an admin trust settings and root-user-specific trust settings. (These are also distinct from the system trust settings.) Note, also, that certificate trust settings are somewhat distinct from just adding a certificate to a keychain; you can mark a cert as trusted without fully adding ...
One way to fix this is to let curl disregard the certificate chain checking altogether: $ sudo curl -k https://example.com
f you store your CA certificates on the filesystem (in PEM format) you can tell curl to use them with sudo curl --cacert /path/to/cacert.pem ... You can also turn off the certificate verification with sudo curl --insecure ... Edit: Updated with regard to feedback If you want to set this permanently, you should create a .curlrc files and place in your ...
This is a known bug in the App Store. Apple needs to fix it. The only problem with forcing a check of revoked certificates is that Apple has a flaw in how it validates Mac App Store updates. With the option selected as shown in the figure below, you may be unable to perform updates through the App Store program. To fix that, launch Keychain ...
No, you can't install iOS 6.1.6 on an iPhone 5. You can jailbreak and patch iOS 6.1.3 if you don't want to upgrade to iOS 7.0.6. You can't downgrade once you upgrade and you can only upgrade to the newest version released for that device.
Sadly, no. The iOS 6.1.6 patch (as was 6.1.5) is an update only available for iPhone 3GS and the fourth generation iPod touch. Apple appears to only be maintaining that branch exclusively for devices which were never compatible with iOS 7.
Jeffrey Grossman (@Jeffrey903) found that the bug came in with iOS 6, which means that iOS 5 and earlier builds are not affected: I have confirmed that the SSL vulnerability was introduced in iOS 6.0. It is not present in 5.1.1 and is in 6.0 (22 Feb 2014 at 5:11 PM) He tested for the bug on a variety of earlier devices and versions: Not sure about ...
Same manual test with gotofail.com iOS 4.1 = Safe iOS 5.1.1 = Safe iOS 6.1.3 = Vulnerable iOS 7.0.4 + (SSLPatch) = Safe :) According to SSLPatch you are vulnerable from iOS 6.0 to iOS 6.1.5 and from iOS 7.0 to iOS 7.0.5.
If you're not willing or able to Jailbreak your device and only going to use the services Apple uses there is no way you can install a previous version of iOS. Apple only supports the use of the latest iOS as this is the most secure and best working version around. When a major version is launched (e.g. iOS 6 to 7) iOS 6 will be available for a short period ...
ZDNet says : iOS 5 and Mac OS X 10.8 never had the bug
You can visit gotofail.com from Safari in iOS 5 and check yourself.
If your only reason is for patching your OS there is a easy solution, jailbreak your phone, and patch the security flaw patch. How to jailbreak or more information i say this because the IPSW released does not exist for your phone, only the 3GS therefor not compatible with your phone. so jailbreaking is your only option!
Probably not. Even if you wanted to try to patch the OS to make a build from the iPhone 4 build work on iPhone 5 hardware, given that all the devices Apple released iOS 6.0.6 for use the old screen layout, the OS would not be optimized for iPhone 5 screen. There would be significant engineering effort to back patch all those assets to make the patched OS ...
This can be installed using homebrew: brew install stunnel
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