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Managing SSL Certificate Authorities on OS X

Vincent Danen

January 25, 2010

This week's mac techmail is Managing SSL Certificate Authorities on OS X which takes you through adding a CA to the OS X keychain to verify SSL certificates. This is mostly useful for internal networks that use their own CA and it (obviously) doesn't come bundled with any OS. This allows OS X to trust these SSL certificates as if they were signed by one of the expensive/big-wig SSL certificate authorities.

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