[aerogear-dev] Fwd: [liveoak] Unable to use with iOS push notifications (#270)

Bruno Oliveira bruno at abstractj.org
Sun Aug 10 08:13:06 EDT 2014

Make passphrase optional defeats the purpose of security. I don't even get why those services need a certificate if they skip the bare minimum.

If we are planning to make this happen, ok. But with huge blinking warnings.
PGP: 0x84DC9914

On Sun, Aug 10, 2014 at 5:01 AM, Matthias Wessendorf <matzew at apache.org>

> I have seen that too, that some services allow no passphrase set. Some even
> require no passphrase. (i think it was FB/Parse and/or Push.io)
> If we make passphrase optional, we could help their users tool. At the end,
> it's users choice to do so, or not.
> Will create a JIRA for 1.0.0.Final to cover this...
> -Matthias
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> From: *Pauli Jokela* <notifications at github.com>
> Date: Saturday, August 9, 2014
> Subject: [liveoak] Unable to use with iOS push notifications (#270)
> To: liveoak-io/liveoak <liveoak at noreply.github.com>
> As the current AeroGear implementation does not allow for empty passphrases
> when adding a push certificate, I'm unable to use the push notification
> feature at all.
> A lot of services out there require that a push certificate does NOT have a
> passphrase set, so it's not an uncommon request.
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