I realized yesterday that I could not see authentification pages of some WIFI. I'm running High Sierra 10.13.

Apparently to solve this issue I have to go to Keychain Access > Preferences > Certificates => disable OCSP and CRL.

The problem is that "Certificates" panel doesn't exist anymore.

Some people said that I had to find an old version of keychain.menu (TimeMachine's backup) but I don't have an old backup.

Could someone please update their old version of keychain.menu or help me one way or another to disable OCSP and CRL?

Thank you very much

  • Please add your answer as a proper answer below so that others can see the answer and vote on it. The question is just meant to contain the question! – grg Sep 7 at 22:09
  • write your solution as an answer and you might get points for it – Buscar웃 Sep 7 at 22:09
  • Oh okay I didn't know, thank you very much both of you ! – Alais Sep 9 at 2:01

Use terminal and try this

To set the CRL settings:

defaults write com.apple.security.revocation CRLStyle -string BestAttempt

To set the OCSP settings:

defaults write com.apple.security.revocation OCSPStyle -string BestAttempt

However..the WiFi authentication pages are not handled by Certificates.

The first step system does is to use the DNS to translate the "name" you gave to correct code (the IP address of your WiFi). Once the "contact" is established the WiFi sends the authentication pages.

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    Thank you very much for your help! I fixed the issue in an other way and edited my post. – Alais Sep 7 at 22:04
  • @Alais so nothing to do with certificates :) just simple DNS – Buscar웃 Sep 7 at 22:08
  • Yes, you're right, I am sorry ;) – Alais Sep 9 at 2:09

Solution:

I had to remove all DNS and empty my DNS cache.

sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder

resolved my problem

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