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Why do I need a certificate to pin an SSL connection with AF Networking 2?

I am using the AF Networking 2 library and read that I need to include the server's certificate here. The client should be able to tell that the certificate is valid when it connects to the server, ...
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HTTPS verification failed - get certificate information iPad/iPhone

I went to log onto my bank's internet banking website this morning using Google Chrome browser on my iPad. I get the red error message of death. I can't figure out why. It's happening on both my ...
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Why is this SSL handshake failing with iPad? [closed]

I do have a tomcat server that listen on an SSL socket with TLS protocol. When connecting with all desktop browser everything work right. When connecting with Safari on iPad, the SSL handshake fails. ...
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Sending secure information from app with ssl

I'm a web developer, but I occasionally step over into doing some mobile app development here and there. A client recently asked me to help them develop a very simple app. The app is essentially just ...
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Loginless Client/Server Architecture (iOS)

I'm currently in the phase of planing a project involving loginless service. Users would be identified by an unique device id created on the client (ios). What are the security concerns? sockets ...
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Any problems with UCC (multidomain) SSL certs on iOS and Windows Phones?

Are they any known issues with UCC (multidomain) SSL certs on iOS or Windows Phone? Let's say I want to have Exchange server under outlook.mycompany.com and RemoteApp Portal under ...
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On iOS, what's the benefit of OpenSSL over using CFStream, CFNetwork etc. for secure sockets?

I asked this already on Stack Overflow, here. I was told I might find answers here.