Apple Opens OS X Betas to General Users for Free with New Seed Program

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brandonwalkermedia

"it's usually not a company that's associated with letting us do things for free"

hmm do you really follow Apple? iWork = Free, OSX = Free, iOS = Free, iLife = Free, the only thing that is not free is support.

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Gamer9430

Ok. I've asked on several forums but have had no help.
Here is my issue...
I saw that apple was letting anyone try out pre-releases of OS X Mavericks updates using AppleSeed. I took the offer and downloaded the enabler. Upon opening the app store to get to the beta, I was given this error "The certificate for this server is invalid. You might be connecting to a server that is pretending to be “swscan.apple.com” which could put your confidential information at risk.". I've never had this happen before and have not modified anything in the app store besides the enabler. I have tried downloading a new app and wasn't given any error. I've searched google for anything similar and nothing. I do have a time machine backup, but I would have no idea how to restore and really don't want to. If someone could please help me fix this error, that would be great!

I'm begging everyone who reads this and knows how to maybe solve this, please please please tell me how. I don't want to make it work for the beta, but just to get updates... Please help me...

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