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    Question Why do I get online certificate failure on my n95?

    When I install my certified signed app on my n95 I get the following:

    online certificate = "Must be Passed" - I get a "online certificate check failed" and cannot install
    online certificate check = "On" - I get "unable to verify supplier. continue".

    Web address is not defined in either case.

    Is this a certificate problem or is it just because I do not have a web site identified for online certificate check?

    Is there a web site that I can point my phone to for this or do I have to have my own OSCP server?

    Thanks.

    -arb

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    Re: Why do I get online certificate failure on my n95?

    Did you switch off the "Online Certificate Check" field in the App. Manager settings ?
    Last edited by SoulBlade; 2009-02-02 at 17:48. Reason: Typo.

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    Re: Why do I get online certificate failure on my n95?

    It works fine when I turn "Online Certificate Check" off.

    My real question is does this indicate that my app has a certificate problem?

    If so, then is there some other way than using online cert check to verify the certificate my app is using?

    Thanks.

    -arb

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    Re: Why do I get online certificate failure on my n95?

    The mobile phone comes with built in certificates. There is a way to check it. . "Settings"-> "Security" -> "Certif. Management" .
    Also maybe there is an extra certificate you need to obtain&install from Symbian, or your coroperate admin,in order to run the app. i.e. A required certificate might be missing/expired in the phone's built in list of certificates.. Technically you should be able to install more digitally signed certificates
    Last edited by SoulBlade; 2009-02-02 at 18:15. Reason: Typo

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    Re: Why do I get online certificate failure on my n95?

    um. . i'm not too knowledgeable in the area of digtal certs, sorry. Hopefully, there'll be someone in the forum who would reply more accurately to your question.

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    Re: Why do I get online certificate failure on my n95?

    Are you sure the app. is properly symbiansigned;also with the appropiate platform capabilities .

    If its a coroperate app. maybe you should contact your network admin-person.

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    Re: Why do I get online certificate failure on my n95?

    Well, NSTL tested and signed it (certified signed) so I thought they would do it correctly.

    Is this some tool to I can use to verify it independently of installing it?

    -arb

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    Re: Why do I get online certificate failure on my n95?

    A bit late, however, I had the same issue today and this is one of the very few threads about this topic:
    Quote Originally Posted by abellmti View Post
    Is this a certificate problem or is it just because I do not have a web site identified for online certificate check?
    There should be an OCSP server in your certificate. Then, everything is done automatically. If you remove the SIM and do this via Wi-Fi, you are able to watch the request and response which are exchanged with the help of Wireshark. If the result is good, it should pass. For other possible reason, please, have a look at this …

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    Re: Why do I get online certificate failure on my n95?

    Quote Originally Posted by traud View Post
    A bit late, however, I had the same issue today and this is one of the very few threads about this topic:There should be an OCSP server in your certificate. Then, everything is done automatically. If you remove the SIM and do this via Wi-Fi, you are able to watch the request and response which are exchanged with the help of Wireshark. If the result is good, it should pass. For other possible reason, please, have a look at this …
    You are responding to a four years old thread

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    Re: Why do I get online certificate failure on my n95?

    Quote Originally Posted by babylongreece View Post
    You are responding to a four years old thread
    Traud starts the post exactly by stating that it is an old issue, but it is still valid, and also suggest a solution.

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    Re: Why do I get online certificate failure on my n95?

    Quote Originally Posted by babylongreece View Post
    You are responding to a four years old thread.
    Furthermore, I am doing a bit of offline education to some people here, who are new to OCSP. And I bet, on their homework, they do a Google search first (and find that piece of information here).

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