X509 certificates are used for “secure” internet connections. They are issued by certificate authorities. To become a trusted certificate authority a root certificate has to be installed. Operating system and web browser vendors deploy a lot of those certificates – usually only from commercial companies (since non commercial organizations cannot be trustworthy).
CACert is an organization which offers X509 certificates for free. Unfortunately there root certificates are not preinstalled on Apple’s devices. But this can be easily done by the users.
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The current version of The Clock App is 1.2 and was already available on the 25th of January. The release notes are now available on this site in English and German. I also published a faq in English and German.
The updated version passed the apple review and is now available on the app store.
The first update of The Clock App got submitted to iTunes yesterday, only 2 weeks after version 1.0 appeared in the app store. So let me introduce the changes.
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Tweet about “The Clock App” and include the link http://goo.gl/srhiD. On the 26th of December I will randomly choose 10 tweets and their authors get a promo code to download the app for free.