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Client certificate invalid because root certificate has been revoked

We face a strange problem where the issuing root-CA certificate of a client certificate appears to be revoked. This is not true (Root CA is Swiss Government Root CA II, serial number ...
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Who can sign my certificate authority?

I am new to the certificate business and from what I understand if a root certificate is installed in Windows 10, any certificates that are signed by that root, they are automatically trusted. So this ...
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How do I update the root CA certificate for Acrobat?

We had a name change recently and verified a new certificate with the new name appears in the domain root CA but Acrobat and the local computer cert store do not have this new certificate. I'm not ...
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Import certificate to Trusted Root Authorities for the Current User, with command line

I know how to import certificates to trusted root authorities with certutil certutil -addstore "Root" <cert_path> But for this I need administrator permissions. Though when I double ...
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Does removing/re-installing my browser will remove old certificate store?

I suspect that there is a malicious certificate added in my browser's certificate store. I mean Certificate Authority certificate. How can I remove it in Chrome and Firefox? If I remove my current ...
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Install Root CA Certificate to SLES 12

I want to add my SLES 12 server to our SUSE subscription to get updates. When I run the SUSEConnect command with necessary parameters, the server returns an error to me like this: SSL verification ...
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Issues understanding CA certificates

I have misconceptions regarding CA (Certificate Authority) certificates. No matter how many things I read, it is still not fully clear. Let's take an example, Bob accesses a website. In order for ...
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Find and delete duplicate root certificates

We are in a disconnected domain and have just implemented updated root certificates via group policy. I have found now though, that there are a number of duplicated root certificates in the users ...
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How to instruct SVN print its CA list?

This is related to What does Subversion use for its CA list?. I want to have SVN tell me the CAs its using. svn help does not appear to discuss it (but I may have missed it, since its not obvious in ...
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What does Subversion use for its CA list?

I'm using SVN on Mac OS X. Often, when I checkout something from SourceForge, I am presented with: $ svn checkout https://svn.code.sf.net/p/cryptopp/code/trunk/c5 cryptopp-ecies Error validating ...
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How to trust a self-signed certificate without trusting the CA?

So, I've generated a rootCA, and signed a certificate for *.a.com, how can I trust the resulting certificate in Firefox/Chrome, without trusting the CA directly? Note that adding an exception (once) ...
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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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Unrecognized root certificatication authority found

I was looking at the certificates on my local PC (Win 7 64-bit) and found one in the "trusted root certification authorities" section that has the same "Issued To" and "Issued By" names (as do most of ...
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Remove all root CAs from Google Chromes SSL settings?

After the disaster with diginotar I want to remove all existing root CAs from my Google Chrome installation. Can I delete the pre-installed root CA settings somehow? The settings dialog doesn't allow ...
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Would it be appropriate for an OS to include itself as a Certification Authority in the browsers it ships?

I'm just wondering if this is dubious practice considerig that the OS vendor might not have been externally audited for example about how safe the private key is etc. Is there any references to "...
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Trusted Root certificates regularly disappear on Windows 7

I've installed several self-signed certificates on my Windows 7 Ultimate x64 machine for development purposes. One was installed into Trusted Root CAs and 2 were installed into My Certificates and ...
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