nsurlerrordomain:-1205

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  1. Meister Suspended

    Meister

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    Since noone sems to read the OSX part of this forum I try it here:

    On my rmbp recently safari started to give me this error code on a lot of webpages: i
    Safari can't open page. Certificate not accepted. nsurlerrordomain:-1205

    I used chrome and it worked fine. since I would like to continue to use Safari instead of chrome I am looking for a solution.

    Help is appreciated
     
  2. Anitramane macrumors 6502

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  3. Meister thread starter Suspended

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    Thank you for the answer.
    Isn't there some way to just reinstall safari?
    Reinstalling the entire OS seems a bit extreme.
    What exactly does the error code mean?
     
  4. ixxx69 macrumors 6502a

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    Maybe you finally ran out RAM. /s ;-)

    Unfortunately I think the only way to reinstall Safari is to reinstall (or restore) OS X.

    However, I'm guessing that's not really necessary. It's probably a coincidence about this occurring right at the new year (i.e. something expiring on 12/31), but you might try googling "safari certificate expired error" or along those lines.
     
  5. Weaselboy Moderator

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    Shots fired!!

    I Googled the heck out of this when I saw Meister's post because I was curious myself and it does look like some sort of expired certificate error. I never found a good fix beyond the reinstall you mentioned. Maybe that reinstalls the original certificates and fixes this?
     
  6. ixxx69 macrumors 6502a

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    LOL, yeah, I was only teasing. :p

    If I had any personal experience with this issue or had found a single "fix", I would have posted a link, but there's about a have dozen potential fixes, mostly using the terminal to delete the certificate cache, or something similar, etc. But if one of them works, great.
     
  7. Meister thread starter Suspended

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    I think you are right with the RAM. Should've gotten 16gb :mad:
    I have my soldering iron and hammer ready for the upgrade. ;)

    It is not related to the new year. It has been happening for days and still happens.

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    Thanks for the googeling:)
    Of course I did the same thing before posting here, but I couldn't come up with anything.
    How do I reinstall safari?
     
  8. Weaselboy Moderator

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    The direct link here still works.

    But if it is a certificate issue, I think that is tied into Keychain and an OS reinstall might be needed to fix it.
     
  9. Meister thread starter Suspended

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    Thx a lot!
    I have snail internet right now, so I will have to download it later.
     

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