January 10, 2017 at 1:49 pm
Does Akruto lock the system security certificates ON in a Samsung Galaxy? Should it be impossible to turn the Akruto certificate off? Also, why am I now not able to copy or backup my Outlook.pst file on my Windows 7 computer?January 10, 2017 at 4:23 pmModerator
For the error message you are getting, when a security certificate is added to your phone (either manually by you, by another user, or automatically by some service or site you are using) and it is not issued by a pre-approved (by Google) issuer, then Android’s default security setting is to display the warning that “Networks May Be Monitored”.
Unfortunately, the issued warning is needlessly scary and it’s unclear.
The issue and the solution is for you to clear out the certificate store on the phone. Unfortunately, the message is from Android and the only way to get rid of it is to not have the SSL certificate imported.
To clear the certificate, navigate to Settings > Security > User or certificate store > Remove the AkrutoCertificate.
Alternative: Uncheck SSL Checkbox
For your PST file, AkrutoSync does not have the capability to block the user from copying it. For cases like that, shut down the computer for about 5 minutes and when you reboot, access again the folder of your PST file and copy it.