06-09-2011 10:41 AM
06-09-2011 12:15 PM
06-09-2011 01:19 PM
@uhohhotdog, who would be using this, that you think would be happy not to see the certificate dialog for a self-signed certificate?
If it's for internal corporate use, for example, then you would likely want to arrange to install your own root certificate, which can (at least in other systems, and possibly on the PlayBook) be self-signed, and then you use that to sign certificates for various servers within the organization. This would be for internal use only though, and all it's doing is establishing a trust chain the same way as RIM has done with the pre-installed root certificates, only it's the organization which is choosing to trust its own root certificate.
For anyone other than yourself, I'm not sure those users would want you to be able to suppress that dialog. I assume it's there to protect them from various kinds of attack, and since you aren't willing (?) to pay for a properly signed certificate to prove your server's identity, the dialog is there to let them explicitly choose to trust you, or not. What's the use case for suppressing it?
06-09-2011 01:29 PM
06-09-2011 01:33 PM