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bio website wardvanteijlingen.nl
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Self taught programmer mostly interested in iOS and OS X development, web development en user interaction/interface design.


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awarded  Supporter
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comment HTTPS certificates invalid on Safari, Chrome on specific user account
Hah, nice. The exact solution, only posted a day after my question 😄.
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accepted HTTPS certificates invalid on Safari, Chrome on specific user account
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comment HTTPS certificates invalid on Safari, Chrome on specific user account
Ah man, thanks, that was it! There was an expired DigiCert certificate in my login keychain. Sometimes the solution is so easy, never even crossed my mind that expired certificates were hidden by default. If you post this as an answer, I will accept it.
Jul
25
comment HTTPS certificates invalid on Safari, Chrome on specific user account
Yep, my thoughts exactly. I've tried repairing but no problems were found. I don't know enough about certificates on OS X to find where this faulty cert could be though...
Jul
25
comment HTTPS certificates invalid on Safari, Chrome on specific user account
I've come across that question. It looked like the same problem or at least related, but none of the answers have worked for me. The only thing I didn't do was reset my default keychain.
Jul
25
comment HTTPS certificates invalid on Safari, Chrome on specific user account
Yes, I only get one certificate that expires 10 november 2031. This cert is in my System Roots. The weird this is: after I copy this to my login keychain (so that I have it twice), it actually works! But why doesn't it pick it up in the System Roots keychain...?
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comment HTTPS certificates invalid on Safari, Chrome on specific user account
Yep, installed all the updates. It feels like somehow Safari is using an old certificate or something.
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