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.
I'm using: -mail for exchange for exchange 2.7 -exchange 2007 -subject alternative names certificates from internal ca -already install the ca on the nokia i still get:* this site has sent an untrusted certificate continue anyway? * does m4e 2.7 still not support san certificates?Note: if i remove the san certficate and use only 1 name it works ok.
Has anyone else got this error? I only get this error by browsing to m.facebook.com I can type in the username and password, but once it submits it,it sends it to an SSL link. From what im reading,it seems like this certificate is not installed. Is there a way i can change a setting via hacking/etc to make the phone accept the certificate. Could i install it manually somehow?
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 know I'm missing something, guess my searching isn't coming up with the hack to shut it off, but, how do you disable the "untrusted application warning"when you run Opera mini? Also the net access warning?
I have a T-mobile curve that I unlocked before switching to AT&T. It has been fine for a few months, but all of a sudden I am beset with untrusted cetificate pop-ups. They are CONSTANT and INCESSANT
You are a attempting to open a secure connection, but the server's certificate is not trusted. [continue] [close connection] [view certificate] [trust certificate]
If I hit continue or close, I can move on, but another one will appear in seconds or minutes. If I hit [view] I see rcp.na.blackberry.com has a stale chain status even though it expires in Feb, 2010. If I hit [trust], it asks for my key store password and I have no idea what that is.Any insight as to what is going on here?
how to stop my phone (KRZR K1M) from constantly asking me for permission during "untrusted" applications? It's driving me up all the wall. There must be a way to set Permissions to Never Ask or "Yes, don't ask again."
i have the n95 8gb i found a website that had really cool apps. i downloaded tem and saved them to my hardrive on my computer. i've since did an update to my phone using the software updater and though i thought i saved all my apps in my back up when my phone went to restart i lost all my apps and now when i go to re install them i keep gettin errors. Should i just restore my factory settings or accept that i'll never be able to use those apps again.
On E61, I just updated my phone software, and now when I'm downloading a Symbian app from another vendor I get a msg that "Certificate Expired". Whose certificate, and what can I do about it? I've already accepted installation of all signed apps. Thanks
I need my university WLAN's root certificate installed on my E71. So I downloaded it but when I save it, it gets saved in the 'Trusted Site Certificates' folder. I need it in the 'Authority Certificates' folder. Anyone know how I can get it in there?
I can't import personal certificate. I have personal certificate in p12 (pkcs12) format and it can be imported into firefox without any issues. However when I open this certificate on E61 I am asked for: password for my certificate - I enter correct one E61 proceeds to to Screen where it says:
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 little problem with Mail For Exchange and my Nokia N80. I have self-signed certificate for Exchange mailserver and when I am synchronizing e-mails I got always message: "The site has sent an untrusted certificate. Continue anyway ?". I underestand that my certificate isn't verified by any root authority, but if I have synchronization schedule set at 15 minutes it means I have to confirm this message four times when I am not with my mobile one hour. So question is:
Is possible to import self-signed SSL certificate into Nokia N80 and set it as trusted ? If yes, please describe me how, because I have tried import the certificate as CER (it was opened just as NOTE on Nokia), I tried to convert it via openssl to PEM (the file was not recognized) etc... Thanks for any help in advance. Reply With Quote
I have problems to install a certificate on my Nokia 6303 classicI did all my imap settings , but when I try to connect a certificate warning shows up.When I enter continue nothing happens.I downloaded the certificate on mij computer and transferred it to my Nokia.I do not see how to install it.On the Nokia under security I see several other certificates.But I do not see a way to import my certificate.
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I'm trying to install a signed version of Opera Mini on my 3110c but am getting the message "certificate not on phone or sim." I also got the same message when trying to install a Google app several weeks ago.I've spent many hours looking on the Internet for a solution but haven't been able to find one.
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?
n96 tied to Orange and still on firmware v10 as no updates yet available.Use internet search, google for a search term and it comes back with the usual results page. But if I highlight a particular site and click 'open', it doesnt open the site. I think it might be resubmitting the search as there is some data activity then the results are redisplayed.
After about 2 weeks of trial&error (establishing a connection between Mail for Exchange and our company's server) I succeeded in installing a fitting set of certificates. As our company is using a self-signed certificate, a personal certificate had to be installed. The private key - provided with the personal cert - was stored in the phone's security module (System->Settings->Security->Security Module->Phone keystorage). I was forced to define a PIN for that key storage. Now - my problem is, that every time when Mail for Exchange is performing a data request and therefore the private key is used, I have to enter that "Module-PIN". So the "allways on" facilities of M4E are useless for me because everey now and then the PIN is requested. Entering the setting for that "Module-PIN" seems to offer the option to activate or deactive the PIN-request. But in fact you cannot set the option to "off" -it leaves being set to "on".