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New Contributor
Posts: 3
Registered: ‎10-06-2010
My Device: Not Specified

Installing a self-signed CA certificate programmatically

Hi,

i wanted to install a self-signed certificate (which acts as our CA) programmaticaly.

To do that i used the following code :

 

KeyStore deviceKeyStore= DeviceKeyStore.getInstance();

String subjectFriendlyName = certificate.getSubjectFriendlyName();

CertificateStatus certificateStatus=certificate.getStatus();

deviceKeyStore.set(null,subjectFriendlyName ,certificate,certificateStatus , deviceKeyStore.getTicket()); 

 

It works fine with the simulator (BB 9000). 

The thing is that when the set is called on the deviceKeyStore a password is asked.

I read that it is not possible to get rid of this password. But at least my self-signed certificate is installed in the keystore. If i go to Security Options > Certificate : i can see it in the list.

 

Now when i tried with a real phone (my application is signed). 

1) The CA (self-signed) certificate is never installed.

2) When my application connects to a server with a certificate signed with the CA certificate, it asks if i should trust it. I select trust but afterwards i get a warning window saying that my IT policy does not have sufficient privileges (or something like that). I have to manually trust the certificate going through the Security Options > Certificates and then click on the certificate and trust it.

 

Is it possible to install a self-signed certificate programmatically in the device keystore ? Have you been able to do this ? How can i get rid of the IT policy issue ?

 

Oh BTW, I am new to BB development Smiley Happy

 

Thanks in advance,

Luc

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New Developer
Posts: 8
Registered: ‎02-11-2010
My Device: All versions
My Carrier: None

Re: Installing a self-signed CA certificate programmatically

Any updated here? Did you find a way to install the certificate?