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 ...
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 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 ...
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 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 ...
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?
This is a new T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S7. Is it normal to have all these certificates? Many look dodgy. Image resized. Click to see full-version