I was messing around with my 8820, and I revoked "Certicom mobile trust RSA root". I thought I could un-revoke it, but I guess not. Will this affect my berry in any way? And also, what are certificates?
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Certificates on the BB are using to establish SSL sessions with secure websites (depending on the Ceritificate Authority of that site) and to look for certificates for S/MIME email exchanges if you're setup for those.
You might run into some SSL websites not working. It doesn't sound like you're using S/MIME.
Wow. I think I will read through that at about 12am. That is worse than an Earth Science text book Is there anyway to un-revoke that certificate? (I don't think that is the technical term.) Thanks everyone for your responses.
Wow. I think I will read through that at about 12am. That is worse than an Earth Science text book Is there anyway to un-revoke that certificate? (I don't think that is the technical term.) Thanks everyone for you responses.
Use your DM, 4.3 or newer, and you may be able to go into the certificates there and select the icon (normally a red X or green check) and change that back to something normal.
Or if your device software and DM have the certificates in their pack you may be able to reload them onto your device.
I don't think I've gone through this exercise as I haven't revoked one I didn't really want to. I may give it a try in a few drinks and let you know how (or if) I recover. Sorry.
That didn't work, but I do have an idea. I tried sending that certificate to myself in an email. It asked me to receive the certificate, but it was rejected because i sent myself the revoked one. If someone sent me an un-revoked certificate, could I accept it and could that work?
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