all my certificates were revoked

panagiotis merakos panos.merakos at
Tue Mar 15 09:09:56 EDT 2016

Hi Alain,

Scott Rossi posted this a month ago:

If any of you are having difficulty building iOS standalones today, you're
not alone. Apple's own Worldwide Developer Relations Certificate expired
yesterday (Feb 14) which will likely cause your developer certificates to
display with an "This certificate has an invalid user" error message, and
will prevent LiveCode from generating standalones with a "A valid signing
identity could not be found" error.  I was beyond irked trying to figure
why I could build standalones last week and not this week.

What solved the problem for me was to delete the Apple Worldwide Developer
Relations Certification Authority certificate from Keychain, and then
downloading and installing the certificate mentioned here:

Hope this saves a few people some aggravation.


Scott Rossi
Creative Director
Tactile Media, UX/UI Design

Hope this helps,

On Tue, Mar 15, 2016 at 12:42 PM, Alain Vezina <alain.vezina at>

> Hi all,
> Yesterday I tried to load a new release of one of my apps (for Mac) to the
> app store but it failed : my signing was not valid.
> So, I checked my certificate in xCode and in the keychain and I saw that
> all my certificates were revoked even if I did nothing for that. I got rid
> of all my old certificates and I downloaded new fresh certificates.
> Surprise!  they were all revoked.
> I don’t understand what is going on. Is there a link with the problem
> Apple had with the app which allowed hackers to blackmail some users a few
> days ago?
> Anybody experimented the same problem? Is there a solution?
> Alain Vezina
> Logilangue
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