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Default An root CA app for manual deleting

So here is an app that you can manual modify the Android keystore were the certificate's are and it's on the Android Market.


https://market.android.com/details?i...project.cacert


Sorry for my languae but I must do this quck before something will happen
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Thanks for this. I have erased each instance of DigiNotar and Comodo.
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Can you post a link to the source (since it is open-source)
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Not quite sure if this is the same but at least it looks similar to
https://github.com/guardianproject/cacert
 
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Looks good.

Does anyone have a link to which certs are questionable besides the two mentioned?

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Default Great App!

While deleting certs is quite useful. Would you consider adding function for installing certs as well? There are many uses for that, for instance for people who self sign certificates or for accessing corporate networks that use certs signed by corporate IT CA for instance.
 
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While deleting certs is quite useful. Would you consider adding function for installing certs as well? There are many uses for that, for instance for people who self sign certificates or for accessing corporate networks that use certs signed by corporate IT CA for instance.

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Not quite sure if this is the same but at least it looks similar to
https://github.com/guardianproject/cacert

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Does anyone have a link to which certs are questionable besides the two mentioned?
...Great app but I don't know which certificates to delete. Any help?
 
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...Great app but I don't know which certificates to delete. Any help?


Push few seconds on a certificate and then delete it and go to menu and save the keystore

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