Explains why your Developer Certificates are not working
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Latest commit 3466927 Jan 1, 2012 @karstenBriksoft added support for other certificate names
now supporting Certificate Names like "3rd Party …", "Mac Developer: …"
and "iPhone Developer: …"
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CertificateHelper.xcodeproj
English.lproj
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CertificateAccess.h
CertificateAccess.m
CertificateHelper-Info.plist initial commit Dec 31, 2011
CertificateHelperAppDelegate.h
CertificateHelperAppDelegate.m
CertificateHelper_Prefix.pch initial commit Dec 31, 2011
CertificateProblem.h
CertificateProblem.m
MissingCertificatesProblem.h
MissingCertificatesProblem.m
MissingPrivateKeyProblem.h
MissingPrivateKeyProblem.m
NoCertificateProblem.h
NoCertificateProblem.m
Readme.md
main.m
style.css

Readme.md

Certificate Helper

License

MIT License

What it is

A tool that tells you why your certificates might not work. It is designed to be easily extensible and currently implements the following Certificate Problems (to add a problem, subclass CertificateProblem and implement +load,-infoObjects and -htmlDescription)

  • NoCertificateProblem: No problems found, your certificates should work
  • MissingCertificatesProblem: No Certificates were found that have a name like "3rd Party…"
  • MissingPrivateKeyProblem: No Private key found for your certificates. You need the private keys in order to sign with the certificates

Feel free to fork/extend Certificate Helper