root certificate store (keystore) in android

by Sven Koelsch » Mon, 06 Apr 2009 20:37:31 GMT

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 Hello everyone!

I'm new to this group and I have a simple question. Searching the web
did not help me in this case, so you are my last hope and I hope that
I'm on-topic here ;)

Is there something like a root-certificate store or similar in the
Android system? (I think so, but I found no information about this, so
I'm asking because we (T-Systems Trust Center, Germany) are planning
to get some (at least one) of your root certificates included into

So how is the mechanism to get certificates included? Is there a
website with information?

Thanks in advance!

Best regards

Sven Koelsch

T-Systems Enterprise Services GmbH
ICT Operations
57250 Netphen, Germany

root certificate store (keystore) in android

by guillaume leterrier (Teleca Germany) » Wed, 08 Apr 2009 13:46:50 GMT

 have a look to the following link

but, it is only for application use. 

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root certificate store (keystore) in android

by Sven Koelsch » Tue, 14 Apr 2009 17:16:46 GMT

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