If your iOS code signing fails today, it may be due to an expired Apple Intermediate Certificate.
What you need for code signing beside your valid developer or distribution certificate is the
Apple Worldwide Developer Relations Certification Authority. It expired yesterday and there’s probably already a new one side by side in your keychain. (If not, download and install the new one here: WWDR Certificate (Expiring 02/07/23)) Alas, the expired one interferes with the chain of trust and as a result you get a
„This certificate has an invalid issuer.“
To get rid of this error, you simply have to delete the expired one
in three easy steps:
- Open the Keychain Access utility
In the menu, select View -> Show Expired Certificates
Make sure to delete the expired “Apple Worldwide Developer Relations*” certificates from all keychains (probably login and system).
Now everything should work like a charm again 😉