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GlobalSign root certificate updater


Grabber Software

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Update to fix preware feed.   The Hotmail SSL certificate is signed by GlobalSign's root certificate, so with the expired root certificate, Hotmail's certificate is considered invalid, so mail, contacts, calendar, and tasks cannot be sync'd.  This package installs and runs a script that downloads the updated root certificates from GlobalSign and generates the files needed for webOS devices. On webOS 2.1 and up, it will install the certificates for you. Installation on webOS 1.x will report as failed, but the script downloads the new certificates first, and they do not get removed.  The certificates have to be manually added on webOS 1.x using the certificate found in the app menu of the Device Info app.  For some reason, the root certificate no longer fixes the Hotmail issues on webOS 1.4.5 (and presumabliy lower), so the hotmail certificate has to be trusted manually in the browser by going to or   The 'app' launcher icon installed by this package will be hidden on the next device reboot or Luna restart.  It is just a stub application that shows a message saying the certificates have been installed.  Opening this app does nothing.  Removing this app from webOS 2.x and up will restore the original, expired root certificates.


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Seller: Grabber Software


Category: System Utilities

Updated: January 14, 2015

Version: 1.0.5

Size: 16k

License: MIT License Open Source

Type: Application

Feed: PreCentral