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From Brian>
Subject Re: Adding privately signed certificates to PhoneGap browser certificate store
Date Tue, 13 May 2014 16:41:58 GMT
Hi Greg, files are loaded from file:// not your remote server (tho this is
possible) …is this what you mean?

On Mon, May 12, 2014 at 12:30 PM, Anderson, Greg

> My company has issued their own CA certs that were sent to all Windows and
> Macintosh machines. When going to an internal page, browsers automatically
> identify the sites as being "trusted", and thus shows the "https" in green
> (in Chrome). These sites are NOT accessible outside our network.
> But, going to the same URL from our PhoneGap application, it does not
> recognize the site as being trusted. Is there a fix for this (command-line
> statement to add my site) or something that can be done to recognize these
> internally signed sites? Are there plans in the future to add functionality
> for self-signed and privately-signed certificates?
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