Third-Party Certificates Compatible with Windows Mobile Powered Devices

The table below lists known third-party Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificates from trusted root certification authorities that have a root store presence in Windows Mobile powered devices. *Prices of third-party SSL certificates vary by company, warranty coverage, encryption level, applications, and many other factors. Please check with the appropriate certification authority to find out specifics…

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SSL Tunneling vs SSL Bridging

With Windows Mobile architecture we have the option of SSL Bridging or SSL Tunneling. Some Reverse Proxy servers like ISA allow for SSL Bridging. Taken from: http://www.isaserver.org/tutorials/Understanding_SSL_bridging_and_tunneling_within_ISA.html (Modified) SSL tunneling This is when the target website is tunneled to by you through ISA. The key word here is through. The ISA client communicates with the target…

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Installing SSL Certificates to a Locked Smartphone (Motorola Q, Cingular 3125 etc)

If you are connecting to an Exchange Server or even to an Live Communication Server for Mobile Communicator you may need to install an SSL cert onto your Motorola Q or other Mobile Device.   Why? 1.  Well if your Administrator did not use an SSL cert from one of preinstalled Cert Authorities. https://partner.microsoft.com/global/partner/40027352) They all have a…

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