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SSL Root Certificates?
I just installed python 3.7.4 for Mac OS X and it's asking me if I want to download a SSL Root Certificate. It doesn't seem to be required so I'm not sure what the benefit of downloading it is.

Here's the text exactly,
"One more thing: to verify the identity of secure network connections, this Python needs a set of SSL root certificates. You can download and install a current curated set from the Certifi project by double-clicking on the Install Certificates icon in the Finder window. See the ReadMe file for more information."

I'm new to programming and I have no idea what any of this means. Should I install it an why?
If your downloaidng python from, then you dont need it.
(Jul-26-2019, 07:43 PM)metulburr Wrote: If your downloaidng python from, then you dont need it.

Why does it matter where I downloaded it from? I downloaded the installer from anyway. It still asked me.

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