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A Magisk module that automatically adds user certificates to the system root CA store
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Magisk Trust User Certs

This module makes all installed user certificates part of the system certificate store, so that they will automatically be used when building the trust chain. This module makes it unnecessary to add the network_security_config property to an application's manifest.

Accompanying blogpost

Intercepting HTTPS Traffic from Apps on Android 7+ using Magisk & Burp

Installation

  1. Install Magisk
  2. Zip files zip -r AlwaysTrustUserCerts.zip ./* or download zip from releases
  3. Install in Magisk
  4. Install client certificates through normal flow
  5. Reboot
  6. The installed user certificates can now be found in the system store.

Changelog

v0.3

  • The module now removes all user-installed certificates from the system store before copying them over, so that user certificates that were removed will no longer be kept in the system store.

v0.2

  • Fixed directory creation bug
  • Updated Module to be compatible with latest Magisk module template (v15+)

v0.1

  • Initial release

Template used from Magisk's module template

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