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    Exclamation How to delete imported server certificate?

    By mistake I accepted a server certificate signed by a faulty CA presented by a test server.
    Now the certificate is listed under settings -> security -> Certificates -> server certificates.
    In the GUI I don't see any possibility to remove this certificate. How do I remove this certificate? Is there a way to delete the certificate directly in the filesystem of the n9? Or via command line?
    I somehow have to get rid of this faulty server certificate! Any help?

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    Re: How to delete imported server certificate?

    Seems there is a way to do it here, but have not tested on n9

    for n9 - there is 'acmcli' command line tool
    The acmcli command-line program can be used to manage certificate stores

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    Re: How to delete imported server certificate?

    I previously had a look at this site. However "cmcli" seems to be not available for n9 (harmattan).

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    Re: How to delete imported server certificate?

    did you check acmcli?

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    Re: How to delete imported server certificate?

    Thanks for the hint.
    However I was not able to list (and remove) the faked server certificate with acmcli.
    "acmcli -t omb-user -L" and "acmcli -t ssl-ca -L" shows no entries.
    "acmcli -T common-ca -L" shows the ca certificates but not the faked server certificate.

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    Re: How to delete imported server certificate?

    what is the output of the below for you, is there any domain for server listed in that.. i get this

    #acmcli -D
    Shared domains (read only):
    codesigning
    common-ca
    Private domains:
    omb-user

    Did you already try listing for each of the domains that are listed for you in your device.

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    Re: How to delete imported server certificate?

    Below you will find the output of each domain. However the server certificate is not in any of these...

    / $ acmcli -D
    Shared domains (read only):
    common-ca
    codesigning
    Private domains:
    omb-user
    ssl-ca
    / $ acmcli -t omb-user -L
    / $ acmcli -t ssl-ca -L
    / $ acmcli -T codesigning -L
    c01d9d9a9fe84e91a91448c5dcd70369036c69a4 Nokia Root CA
    38497fdc52d40cb930647dbdd3fc4a39a4bda8cd Nokia Online Certification Authority II
    4c6523c6ab745aaa6172ebb4e60da1133cf9743c Nokia Online CA I
    / $ acmcli -T common-ca -L
    ccccefcc2960a43bb192b63cfa32628fac25153b Government Root Certification Authority/TW
    65cdebab351e003e7ed574c01cb473470e1a642f Autoridad de Certificacion Firmaprofesional CIF A62634068
    b6087b0d7accac204c8656325ecfab6e852d7057 Cybertrust Global Root
    ...

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    Re: How to delete imported server certificate?

    Hi,

    Even i am left out of options now. Can someone throw some light in this issue.

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    Re: How to delete imported server certificate?

    acmcli -v <serverhost>:<port> will verify the server certificate. it will print the key and the host again. using this i am trying to remove the certificate but i am not able to

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