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    Default MobileMail implicitly trust the certificate presented by server?!?

    The MobileMail accepted to work with the certificate provided by my IMAP server without warning me about certificate not being signed by a trusted certificate authority. In contrast, MobileSafari do the right thing and warn me everytime I use my webmail interface.

    I find MobileMail's naivety a little disturbing. How could a programmer do such a stupid thing?
    Is there an option to disable this crap?



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    Turns out fw 1.1.1 fixes this flaw.
    The only thing I still need to figure it out is finding how can I make it trust the mail server certificates. I've tried adding root and intermediate CA to TrustStore.sqlite3, but doesn't have any effect.

 

 

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