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{{App|id=info.guardianproject.cacert|name=CACertMan|added=2011-10-03|lastupdated=2011-12-11|source=https://github.com/guardianproject/cacert|tracker=https://github.com/guardianproject/cacert/issues|web=https://guardianproject.info/2011/09/05/cacertman-app-to-address-diginotar-other-bad-cas/|donate=None|flattr=None|bitcoin=None|license=GPLv3|root=True}}
 
{{App|id=info.guardianproject.cacert|name=CACertMan|added=2011-10-03|lastupdated=2011-12-11|source=https://github.com/guardianproject/cacert|tracker=https://github.com/guardianproject/cacert/issues|web=https://guardianproject.info/2011/09/05/cacertman-app-to-address-diginotar-other-bad-cas/|donate=None|flattr=None|bitcoin=None|license=GPLv3|root=True}}
Safer CACert keystore replacement - [http://f-droid.org/repository/browse/?fdid=info.guardianproject.cacert view in repository]
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Disable untrusted certificates - [http://f-droid.org/repository/browse/?fdid=info.guardianproject.cacert view in repository]
  
 
=Description=
 
=Description=
A slightly more vetted version of the Android CACert keystore
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A slightly more vetted version of the Android CACert keystore. You can disable certificates that have been revoked since your phone was bought such as those by the DigiNotar vendor. Android 4+ can do this too from the main settings and root isn't required, so try that first.
  
 
*** This application requires root, as well as a device that has the ‘grep’ command on it. (check busybox)
 
*** This application requires root, as well as a device that has the ‘grep’ command on it. (check busybox)
  
If the ‘save’ doesn’t work, then you will need to use ‘RootExplorer’ to make you /system partition read-write. ***
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If the ‘save’ doesn’t work, then you will need to make your /system partition read-write by using  a file explorer like Ghost Commander or running something like  #mount -o remount,rw /system in the  terminal ***
 
=Versions=
 
=Versions=
(Check mode: Market)
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We have the current version of this app. (Check mode: Market)
  
 
The current (recommended) version is 0.0.2-20110906 (version code 3).
 
The current (recommended) version is 0.0.2-20110906 (version code 3).

Revision as of 16:27, 11 September 2012

CACertMan

Name: CACertMan

ID: info.guardianproject.cacert

Author: {{{author}}}

License: GPLv3

Site: https://guardianproject.info/2011/09/05/cacertman-app-to-address-diginotar-other-bad-cas/

Issues: https://github.com/guardianproject/cacert/issues

Source: https://github.com/guardianproject/cacert

Activity: https://gitlab.com/search?group_id=28397&scope=issues&search=info.guardianproject.cacert

Donate: None

Bitcoin: None

Added: 2011-10-03

Updated: 2011-12-11 (buildlog)

Requires rooted device?

Disable untrusted certificates - view in repository

Description

A slightly more vetted version of the Android CACert keystore. You can disable certificates that have been revoked since your phone was bought such as those by the DigiNotar vendor. Android 4+ can do this too from the main settings and root isn't required, so try that first.

      • This application requires root, as well as a device that has the ‘grep’ command on it. (check busybox)

If the ‘save’ doesn’t work, then you will need to make your /system partition read-write by using a file explorer like Ghost Commander or running something like #mount -o remount,rw /system in the terminal ***

Versions

We have the current version of this app. (Check mode: Market)

The current (recommended) version is 0.0.2-20110906 (version code 3).

0.0.2.20111012

This version is built and signed by F-Droid, and guaranteed to correspond to the source tarball published with it.

Version code: 4

0.0.2-20110906

This version is built and signed by F-Droid, and guaranteed to correspond to the source tarball published with it.

Version code: 3