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Root certificate authority works windows/linux but not mac osx - (malformed)

I have created a self-signed root certificate authority which if I install onto windows, linux, or even using the certificate store in firefox (windows/linux/macosx) will work perfectly with my ...
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1answer
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How to install a certificate automatically

I would like to know how to generate a certificate and make it to be imported automatically to all main browser (chrome, firefox, ie etc...). Should I upload this certificate to a public CA or ...
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1answer
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Incorrect Authority Key Identifier on openssl end cert

I'm getting interesting results when signing an end-server certificate using an intermediate CA using openssl. I have a Root CA which looks like this: Serial Number: 14296918985177649921 ...
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1answer
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SBS2008 Remoteapp certificate not trusted, tried everything

I imported the SBS2008 server certificate to the client from where I want to connect. This worked, and I have added it to the trust root map. However the error still appears saying that the ...
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1answer
97 views

Should I let JungleDisk replace my /Library/Preferences/cacert.pem?

About a week ago JungleDisk Desktop backup started warning it couldn't upload a "database" file (that it uses for speed), and was falling back to a regular upload, which succeeds. Example message: ...
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0answers
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How do I disable the “This is probably not the site that you are looking for!” warning in Google Chrome? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I disable the warning Chrome gives if a security certificate is not trusted? I have to regularly browse to a site where the SSL certificate appears to be ...
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1answer
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WS2003 + IIS = Untrusted Certificate

I have configured a Windows 2003 server to allow SSL access from the Internet, particularly to enable so called Outlook Web Access, that is browse Exchange Server data from the Internet. Following ...
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0answers
521 views

Restore default CA Certificates on Mac OSX 10.7

I've been screwing around with my Mac, trying to install self-signed certificate as trusted for our WAN site (for which we can't justify paying for a real signed certificate) I've broken something ...