Certificate

HTTPS communication uses its own versiondog certificate: server.pm. Some browsers recognise this certificate as not trusted and display a warning. You have the following options to continue with the opening:

FAQ: The web server is set up with the versiondog certificate. Why can't the MobileApp be used on my iOS-smartphone?

The versiondog certificate is a self-signed, and therefore from Apple's point of view an untrusted certificate. To use it, the certificate must be added to the iOS device.

The easiest way to do this would be:

  1. Export the certificate as a CER file (Base64 encoded X.509 certificate).
    1. Access the website with a web browser.
    2. Click on the lock symbol in the browser address line.
    3. A dialog will then open. Here, click on the entry certificate.
    4. The dialog Certificate will then open. Click on Copy into file.
  2. Send the file with the certificate to the apple device.
  3. Open the certificate on the smartphone using the Safari browser.
  4. Install the certificate.
  5. To activate the certificate, go to General > Info > Certificate settings > Full trust for root certificates.

For more information, please contact Apple support.

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