A web infrastructure construct that facilitates the trust relationship between a web site as information provider and a client's web client (browser) as information consumer. It contains elements to satisfy authentication to satisfy requirements that parties to the connection are who they claim to ...
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 ...
Google Support says: The type of lock that's acceptable may be predetermined by your system administrator. Where I can define what's acceptable? I can regenerate the certificate if needed. So ...
I want to connect to my University's wireless using my Nexus One. When I go to "Add Wi-Fi network" in Wireless Settings I fill in the Network SSID and select 802.1x Enterprise for the security and ...
I am trying to install this certificate on a Google Nexus 7 tablet. I have copied the certificate file (from Win7x64) onto its internal storage and opened it in a file manager to install it. This ...
Ever since I've installed my own CA in the key store I'm getting warnings that the network may be monitored. Well, I guess that's a valid warning if I don't trust these certificates, but I really ...
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 ...
To gain access to WIFI at university I have to login with my user/pass credentials. The certificate of their website (the local home page that asks for the credentials) is not recognized as a trusted ...
I have a Nexus 7 (Android 4.1.1) and I want to add a CA (Certificate Authority) to my device to use it for the ssl-connection to my mail server. The CA is self-signed. The Certificate does only ...
From the current fallout around DigiNotar (in short, a Root Certificate Authority that has been hacked, fake HTTPS certificates issued, MITM attacks very likely), there are some parts concerning ...
I have a site that requires a client certificate in order to allow access. I've successfully installed a client certificate onto my Android device. When I access the site from Chrome, I'm prompted ...
I have the cert as a .cer file on my Mac, and my phone is connected via USB. How can I install the cert on my device?