Since IOS 15 requests always gives me an SSL Certificate Error.
after updating to IOS 15 i get always a SSL: CERTIFICATE_VERIFY_FAILED error.
with requests.Session() as s:
Only adding verify=False helps. Can someone tell me how to add the certificate?
Thanks a lot.
Same SSL certificate errors here using “requests()”.
Have not tried “verify=false” yet… but even if it works, that is NOT a solution!
Please update (your great tool!!!) Pythonista to work with the (changed location/API?) trusted certificates/CAs!
Can you open stash, and run
pip install certifi
then force quit pythonista, and try again.
"pip install certifi" from within stash worked!
Seems that it allows "requests" to find the right collection of trusted CAs again - no more need for "verify=False".
JonB thanks for the suggestion!
Although... pythonista should still be updated for this though... please...
This worked for my http calls using the requests library
However, I have an asynchronous program making requests with the aiohttp library. These still throw the SSL Certificate errors...
Cannot connect to host ****** ssl:default [SSL: CERTIFICATE_VERIFY_FAILED] certificate verify failed (_ssl.c:749)]
I'm not sure it has to do with iOS 15... my phone isn't upgraded yet and it's throwing the same errors. Most likely to do with this: https://letsencrypt.org/docs/dst-root-ca-x3-expiration-september-2021/
>>> aiohttp.__version__ '3.7.4.post0' >>> requests.__version__ '2.26.0' >>> certifi.__version__ '2021.05.30'
Aiohttp uses the default device cacert. Which might be old (this might be the hard coded one that came with pythonista, I forget if it uses actual device cacerts)
Aiohttp can be set to a different ssl context -- session.get() takes an ssl argument.
context = ssl.create_default_context(cafile=certifi.where()) ... session = aiohttp.ClientSession() session.get(url, ssl=context)
I think you can also pass ssl_context to a TCPConnector, so it gets used to all requests:
conn = aiohttp.TCPConnector(ssl_context=ssl_context) session = aiohttp.ClientSession(connector=conn)