Actually, on my ICS phone, I don't even see it in the market anymore, only the receiver beta is there, which also gives this error.On my Android 3.2 tablet (asus transformer), If none of these solutions work for you, install NitroDesk's TouchDown app and set up your email account using that client. He’s an avid promoter of open source and the voice of The Android Expert. disable the option solved it for me. 1269-299179-1607103 Back to top Thiago Magalhães Mendes Guimarães Members #11 Thiago Magalhães Mendes Guimarães 28 posts Posted 04 January 2012 - 12:33 PM Oh navigate here
This way the connection will use your CAs for certificate validation. Jul 12, 2010 Project Member #1 [email protected] (No comment was entered for this change.) Owner: [email protected] Jul 12, 2010 #2 [email protected] Cyril- Thanks for the bug report. "Cannot verify I believe this is considered a "best practice" but I am not an expert. –tennessee sombrero May 17 '13 at 2:42 How did you solved it? –Tyler Durden May Terence.....
A TrustManager is what the system uses to validate certificates from the server and—by creating one from a KeyStore with one or more CAs—those will be the only CAs Copyright 1998-2008 Double Precision, Inc. Full name * Email address * Company / developer name One of your Play Store app URLs * Which best describes your business:* Apps Games Apps & Games * * Unknown certificate authority In this case, the SSLHandshakeException occurs because you have a CA that isn't trusted by the system.
If the certificate is not in the set, the server is not to be trusted. Foo 2. You can access the tool at the Nogotofail open source project. This is expected in this case, so check to make sure that the certificate is indeed for mail.google.com: // Open SSLSocket directly to gmail.com SocketFactory sf = SSLSocketFactory.getDefault(); SSLSocket socket =
This is basically using the example provided in the unknown CA case above to restrict an app's trusted CAs to a small set known to be used by the app's servers. W/Email ( 4672): 1 CAPABILITY W/Email ( 4672): * CAPABILITY IMAP4rev1 UIDPLUS CHILDREN NAMESPACE THREAD=ORDEREDSUBJECT THREAD=REFERENCES SORT QUOTA IDLE ACL ACL2=UNION STARTTLS W/Email ( 4672): 1 OK CAPABILITY completed W/Email ( One workaround if you need to support Android 2.2 (and older) is to set up an alternative virtual host on a unique port so that it's unambiguous which server certificate to I am guessing that you have SSL chain issues.
The best way to debug this would be to observe the certificate directly; If you are willing to share your domain name, this can be verified independently (Note that any server https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/885202-cannot-validate-ssl-certificate-xenapp-6-5-accessed-on-android This is the only approach if you need the site to work with default Android browsers at least through Android 4.2. Also as already mentioned in one of the posts. Checked my netscaler and saw that the server's cert hadn't been linked with an intermediate cert. (Note: Cert had just been replaced with a new cert from Verisign).
W/Email ( 4672): 1 CAPABILITY W/Email ( 4672): * CAPABILITY IMAP4rev1 UIDPLUS CHILDREN NAMESPACE THREAD=ORDEREDSUBJECT THREAD=REFERENCES SORT QUOTA IDLE ACL ACL2=UNION STARTTLS W/Email ( 4672): 1 OK CAPABILITY completed W/Email ( check over here They do this so the root CA can be stored offline to reduce risk of compromise. We strongly recommend obtaining an updated certificate that lists your alternate server names, in general to improve the security of your connection. Attempting to activate an Active Directory-Based A...
I am using Android 2.3.1 in Nexus S. ► Sign in to add a comment Terms - Privacy - Project Hosting Help Powered by Google Project Hosting Skip to content Developers The way to address this issue is to actually install the trusted chain of Root and Intermediate issuing CA certificates onto the NetScaler then link it to the certificate that used To fix this you just need to re-order the certificates. http://sonoportal.net/cannot-verify/cannot-verify-server-identity.html You should not see more than one certificate in your chain looking in the GUI of your CAGHope this helps others too! 1269-299179-1607085 Back to top Bart van Ninhuijs Members #10
This is because most desktop browsers cache trusted intermediate CAs over time. However, from outside the corporate LAN I cannot access A. More often a CA is unknown because it isn't a public CA, but a private one issued by an organization such as a government, corporation, or education institution for their own
users can connect on Microsoft Windows and Apple IOS with Citrix Receiver? But you get an error on Android…. The Apps are presented through AppController. Nogotofail: A Network Traffic Security Testing Tool Nogotofail is a tool gives you an easy way to confirm that your apps are safe against known TLS/SSL vulnerabilities and misconfigurations. weblink A short description of the problem is that there's actually a list of certificates on your server (and not only one) and these need to be in the correct order.
Back to this bug: In any case, it should have been possible to access your server anyway using "Accept All Certificates", but per the previous notes, that feature is broken in
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