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The most up to date answer can be found in Apple's Enterprise iOS Deployment Reference: http://help.apple.com/deployment/ios/#/apda0e3426d7 See: Certificate validation The first time a user opens an app, the distribution certificate is validated by contacting Apple’s OCSP server. If the certificate has been revoked, the app won’t launch. To verify the ...


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When creating a revocation certificate, GnuPG prints the key's primary/default user ID to help you identify the key. The revocation certificate is not including any user ID, but targets the primary key. You should be able to verify that using gpg --list-packets or pgpdump, you should observe a signature type 0x20 (key revocation), not type 0x30 which is a ...



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