Nokia :: Website Has Sent An Untrusted Certificate
Feb 14, 2010
Every page that I want to open I receive this message "Website has sent an untrusted certificate. Accept anyway “when i accept it I have only this two options !
1" Accept this time only
2 Certificate details
I am using a Nokia N97 with the v21 firmware. I am connecting to a mail server via IMAP, using the phone's mail client (not mail for exchange). This has previously worked perfectly, however now I cannot update my inbox and view the emails. When I try to update the inbox, I get a dialogue box that says "Website has sent an untrusted certificate". After choosing "allow permanently", the inbox does not update. The message comes up every time I try to update (even when I've previously chosen "allow permanently".
I can however successfully send emails via the SMTP server using the phone (IMAP for sending is restricted, so have to use SMTP). Does anyone have any ideas on why this is happening, and how I can solve it? I've also contacted the IT guys for the mail server, as I'm not sure whether the problem lies with the mail server or the phone, or both.
Some web sites default me to the mobile version instead of the full version. Some have a link to select the full web site but many do not. Typing in the full web address does not help with these web sites. If there is some way to override this selection of the mobile version
I have a 6110 Navigator and when I try to update ovi maps, I get a certificate error. This is the first time I've used Ovi, and I managed to update to the latest phone software version. When checking for updates, it lists maps but is impossible to install. Is this being fixed?
I have a Nokia2730c mobile phone. I have tried to download some software (like facebook, uc browser etc) fm ur nokia mobi store (with loging in my registered acct) but result always 'no valid certificate' or 'certificate not on ur sim' nd also ovi store is shown connection failed.
I have spent a few days trying to google a solution, including a few quite complicated (for me) attempts from the developers site but to no avail.I have been trying to install a few simple applications onto my E71, namely the Quick reboot app here (http://forums.asf-mobiles.com/Thread-Quick-Reboot-App-For-Symbian) or this reboot app(http://www.symbian-freak.com/downloads/app/3rd_ed/eqrestart_3rd_UNSIGNED.zip).Whenever I try to install I get the error "certificate error contact the application supplier"I have tried a soft & hard reset. I have set my phone to accept all, not just signed apps, I am running the most up to date software on the phone, according to OVI Suite. I have even tried signing a version of the app myself from info on the developers site.There must be a simple answer to this, people are developing simple apps for Symbian phones, how can we use these?
Does anyone know of a way of getting the Nokia SU-8W to work with the Nokia E72? This keyboard worked fine with the E71, but to get it to work you had to run a separate piece of keyboard software that was preinstalled on the E71. There's no such software in the E72, and I've even tried downloading the software from the SU-8W support site but when I try to run it I get a certificate error. The E72 see's the keyboard and pairs with it, but won't actually use it.
I'm constantly getting "certicicate error. Please contact application supplier" when trying to install Nokia Maps 3.03 on my E63. I tried the following: # set date to 2008 # set software installation settings to "all" # set online certificate check to "off" All this didn't help. Does any one have any idea what can be done about this? tried to find out what firmware is installed but didn't figure out how to find this info. But there should be a way to install Nokia maps here.
I have been using nokia e5 unti yesterday 16/3/12. I switched to an expensive e6 which cannot load gmail because of expired certificate. I am really disappointed. Can someone assist. What does one do buying such an expensive phone to end up not using it as required?
Many people perhaps knows about a popular application named BlueFTP by Medieval. When i try to install it after downloading it from the official website, on my phone, i get an error "certificate not on phone or SIM". However, it works fine if i download it's unofficial built from various forums (e.g mobile9).
i have a bluesocket connection in my university that requires a username and password and the first time i opened my browser i was asked to accept the certificate this is usual i also get this on the desktop browser. so i added the certificate as an exception and was directed to the bluesocket page where i was able to enter my username and password and hence then when ever i open my browser and try to open a link my n900 restarts. it has happened when i tried to install applications as well. what do u think the problem is....is it a certificate issue or a browser issue or a phone issue can anyone help me please. if you need any logs please do ask with instructions on how to get them.
NM on my E72 stopped today. The password is wrong, eventhough it is definitely the correct password. Other weird thing, the usernames somehow got mixed around between the 2 email addresses I have signed up. It worked just fine until about midday.
Tonight, I went to the NM website on my PC to see what is going wrong.I'm getting a warning about a wrong security certificate.Does everybody get this? I've never gotten it before, but it's been ages since I visited the NM web site.
I have E71 and E72 with latest firmwares, but when I go to web site using HTTPS, I got certificate warning (not trusted) if the certificate is signed by: "verisign class 3 international server ca - g3" How this can be happened?
I configured communicator on my N8. Had to install a certificate to access the office network . Am able to access it but every few seconds I keep getting asked for the phone key store password. Is there anyway to avoid it? Tried moving the personal certificate as a phone certificate, but that doesn't help with the authentication.
I can't install Nokia Sport Tracker on my Nokia 6210 Navigator because it gives me an error certificate. So, trying to update my cellphone, it does not have new update.? Nokia 6210 Navigator (RM-367) Micrologiciel: 3.25.124.04 (22 oct 2008) Code: 0569996. Looking the both same phone of my parents (Both RM-367), the version is higher 5.something and mine stays at 3.25 without any update... since 2008??
Ovi Suite and Pc Suite doesn't offer me any update. I'm desesperate (I've past a few days looking in google without solutions (for example changing the date of the phone, or configurate the application manager (all, no control online of the certificates,...) Nothing nothing... I'm thinking about flashing it with an updated software, ultimate action of a desperate man. it's strange that a mobile "updated" can't install a program from Ovi Suite.
I'm not sure this is the right place to ask, but I've got no better ideas. I was wondering why I can't find n97 mini in white on nokia's webpage? I know Vodafone, Orange and other networks are selling in in Europe, but will it be available in regular sale any time soon? Please help
I'm currently trying to instal Nokia Maps 3 onto my N95, and every time it reaches the install point the phone throws out the error "Certificate Error: Please Contact the software provider"..I was wondering if anyone can give me a hand with this, I have seen a few posts about this error on the boards yet no one has given a solution, I have checked my application settings and can't see any reason why it is failing to install over my current version which is v1.2 wk37 b05..I want to eventually buy more maps but I refused too until I have the latest version installed..