Software :: SVN And Certificates Without Passphrase?

Aug 11, 2010

Is it possible with svn on the commandline to use a specific certificate file? I already have the certificate (a .p12 file) but there is no passphrase on it so I can't add it to the keychain.

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MacBook Pro :: How To Get Certificates

Jun 30, 2009

anyone know to get certificates in ie

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MacBook Pro :: Getting Certificates After Fresh Install?

Sep 14, 2010

Okay i got a major problem with my mac OSX certificates and this is after a fresh install?

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Cannot Establish Cisco VPN Via Certificates

May 11, 2012

I can not establish Cisco VPN via certificates. My laptop says that keychain is not configured. Authority certificates exported (Windows CA) in a keychain. how can I do this? Windows authentication certificates are suitable formac laptop?

MacBook (13-inch Late 2009), Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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OS X :: Latest Security Update Buggy - SSL Certificates?

Sep 29, 2010

Software Update just prompted me with an update for iTunes and a Security Update without thinking about it since they are apple updates I did them. After restarting every single application that utilizes a SSL certificate from Keychain is prompting me saying that the SSL Certificate has an invalid issuer. This includes SSL certificates from Apple themselves ( mobile me, etc.. ). Anyone else having this issue or is it just my computer being massively screwy?

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: How To Install Root Certificates

Mar 5, 2012

how do i install root certificates

Mac OS X (10.5.6)

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App Store :: Deleted Mac Certificates - Application Damaged And Cannot Be Opened

May 24, 2012

I messed around with my certificates in the keychain, because I have troubles with it in xCode. The problem is, I accidentally deleted also certificates for the Mac App Store. Now every app from the Mac App Store says:

"[name]" is damaged and can't be opened.
Delete "[name]" and download it again from the App Store.

Which certificates, keys etc. Do I need and where can I get it? (I have a second Mac activated for the Mac App Store but no backup for this Mac.)

PS: Mac OS X 10.6.8 (Snow Leopard)

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ITunes :: Apple ID Is Not Currently Eligible To Purchase Gift Certificates

Jul 2, 2012

When trying to purchase a gift certificate I get the message: This Apple ID is not currently eligible to purchase gift certificates.My account also says it has 1 hidden purchase but nothing shows up on the hidden purchase list.

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.4.11)

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Software :: Smart Card Reader Not Showing Correct Certificates

Jan 25, 2009

Running 10.5.6 with an SCR331, G4 desktop. I have been using entourage, smart card reader, and CAC successfully for quite some time.

My CAC was recently updated with new certificates to transfer my email to When I insert my card reader with CAC into my machine, the keychain (and Entourage) show the old certificates (with the account) which aren't even on my CAC anymore. Obviously I can't get Entourage (or other websites) to work without being able to access the new certs.

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Safari :: Its Won't Security Certificates For Facebook And Twitter Verify On Connection

Feb 21, 2012

At least once every day a box pops up that says Safari can't verify the identity of or I click OK or adjust it so say "Always Trust" and then goes blank. The blank page will say access denied, page cannot be found, etc. etc.

All the fixes I've found online seem to be Windows-based and suggest making sure the clock/time is accurate. Mine has always been up to date so that's not an option for me. I've also disabled pop-ups as per a suggestion and that didn't do anything. So if there's any Mac users with knowledge of security certificates, it'd be a huge help.

Using:SAFARI 5.1.2 SNOW LEOPARD 10.5.8WIRELESS VIA ROUTERve also disabled pop-ups as per a suggestion and that didnve also disabled pop-ups as per a suggestion and that didn

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MacBook Pro :: Keychain Access - Three Out Of Four Root Certificates Marked As Not Trusted

Apr 10, 2012

In Keychain Access, My "Certificates" and "Keys", three out of the four root certificates are marked as: This root certificate is not trusted (in red) times two and one: - then five groups of numbers for each. Is this something that should concern me or is it something to do with the problems I am having, Mail - some addresses I use are not sync and have a warning sign! Are these certificates needed to be trusted for mail configuration?

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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