Retrieves the policies used by a given trust management object.


func SecTrustCopyPolicies(_ trust: SecTrust, _ policies: UnsafeMutablePointer<CFArray?>) -> OSStatus



The trust management object whose policies you wish to retrieve.


On return, an array of SecPolicy objects for the policies used by this trust management object. Call the CFRelease function to release this object when you are finished with it.

Return Value


It is safe to call this function concurrently on two or more threads as long as it is not used to get values from a trust management object that is simultaneously being changed by another function. For example, you can call this function on two threads at the same time, but not if you are simultaneously calling the SecTrustSetPolicies(_:_:) function for the same trust management object on another thread.

See Also

Trust Components

func SecTrustCopyPublicKey(SecTrust) -> SecKey?

Returns the public key for a leaf certificate after it has been evaluated.

func SecTrustGetCertificateCount(SecTrust) -> CFIndex

Returns the number of certificates in an evaluated certificate chain.

func SecTrustGetCertificateAtIndex(SecTrust, CFIndex) -> SecCertificate?

Returns a specific certificate from the certificate chain used to evaluate trust.

func SecTrustGetVerifyTime(SecTrust) -> CFAbsoluteTime

Gets the absolute time against which the certificates in a trust management object are verified.

func SecTrustCopyAnchorCertificates(UnsafeMutablePointer<CFArray?>) -> OSStatus

Retrieves the anchor (root) certificates stored by macOS.

func SecTrustCopyCustomAnchorCertificates(SecTrust, UnsafeMutablePointer<CFArray?>) -> OSStatus

Retrieves the custom anchor certificates, if any, used by a given trust.

func SecTrustCopyExceptions(SecTrust) -> CFData

Returns an opaque cookie containing exceptions to trust policies that will allow future evaluations of the current certificate to succeed.

func SecTrustCopyProperties(SecTrust) -> CFArray?

Returns an array containing the properties of a trust object.