Apple PKI

Apple established the Apple PKI in support of the generation, issuance, distribution, revocation, administration, and management of public/private cryptographic keys that are contained in CA-signed X.509 Certificates.

Audit Reports

WebTrust for Certification Authorities:

WebTrust for Certification Authorities - SSL Baseline with Network Security:

WebTrust Principles and Criteria for Certification Authorities - Extended Validation SSL:

WebTrust Principles and Criteria for Certification Authorities - S/MIME Certificates:

Apple Root Certificate Program

To better protect Apple customers from security issues related to the use of public key infrastructure certificates and enhance the experience for users, Apple products use a common store for root certificates. You may apply to have your root certificate included in Apple products via the Apple Root Certificate Program.


To report a compromised private key or other type of certificate problem such as certificate misuse, fraud, or inappropriate conduct related to public certificates, please fill out the Apple PKI Contact Form.