I have a pkcs12 certificate (certificate.p12) which expired on 2014-09-16.
Looking at Adobe AIR * Signing an updated version of an AIR application it should be in range of the 180 days/365 days after expiration, so it should be usable to sign for migration purposes.
But using it like this:
adt -migrate -storetype pkcs12 -keystore certificate.p12 test.air migrated_test.air
Produces the following error:
The signer's certificate chain contains a revoked certificate
a) Does anybody have an idea what the problem could be or possible solutions?
b) Is the error-message really caused by the expiration of the certificate, or would that error message be different, like for example: The signer's certificate chain contains an expired certificate?
c) My thinking in b) is in regard to that the certificate was issued by TC TrustCenter GmbH which no longer issues certificates. Could this be the cause here?
Okay, i just learned further infos. It really seems to be the case that the certification entries of TC TrustCenter GmbH were set to revoked state.
Wahy was that done, should they be allowed to do this at this time?
Can i still somehow do the migration?