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System Root Certificates
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Nov 28, 2009, 06:42 PM
 
After purchasing my new iMac I did a sync with my mobile-me backup from my previous computer; after examining my keychain I noticed that there were a number of expired certificates that I'm unable to delete. Is there a way of updating the system root certificates so there'll be no expired certs in my keychain?

The system root and anchor certificates cannot be easy modified. I am pretty sure a clean install of Snow Leopard will install the latest certs, but that's a lot of work to eliminate a few expired certificates.

Any suggestions would be appreciated...

Robert
     
   
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