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K9 mail — susceptible to MITM attacks?

I am using K9 on Android and have set the SSL option to 'SSL (strict)'. My understanding is that with this option K9 definitely requires a valid SSL certificate which is issued by a trusted CA, i.e. ...
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How to export SSL certificate from Android, Chrome

I have a Nexus 5 with the latest Android 4.4.2. Using Chrome I registered on . They use client certificates to authenticate the user. I installed the certificate and could successfully use the site ...
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1answer
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self-signed certificate install claims success, but android acts as if cert isn't there

I am trying to install the self-signed certificate for my web server in Android 4.3. I have the .crt file in the root of the SD card (which is actually emulated as I have no SD card in the slot). To ...
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0answers
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Access to intranet website shows security certificate not trusted

I have a Galaxy Tab 3 with Cisco AnyConnect VPN and Citrix Receiver. Whenever I VPN back to my corporate network and launch the Citrix Receiver, I am able to login but unable to launch any app. The ...
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How do I install a user certificate?

I have my own Root certificate that signs user certificates. I have a site that will only allow you on with a user certificate which is signed by the root ca. I have managed to get this site working ...
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0answers
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Adding a self-signed certificate to the trusted list? [duplicate]

I have my own self-signed SSL certificate for a website I need to keep relatively secure. I've been able to install my client SSL certificate just fine, but I can't seem to install the server's ...
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2answers
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Where to get OpenSSL binary for Android?

I have a Nexus 10 (unlocked & rooted) and I wanted to get the openssl binary on there so I can verify HTTPS certificates: $ openssl s_client -connect <IPADDRESS> However, no matter what I ...
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What Trusted Root CAs are included in Android by default?

There doesn't seem to be a central Android resource that lists the Trusted Root CAs included in the OS or default browser (related question on SO), so how can I find out which are included on my phone ...
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1answer
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PanDigital Novel - how to replace/update certificate store?

After the DigiNotar fiasco, the Guardian Project put out the CACertMan application which allows a user to modify their certificate store on a rooted device. It doesn't work on Android 2.0, which is ...