Public key certificate - also digital certificate or identity certificate. A document that contains information about a user's or machine's identity, matched up with its public key, and is validated and cryptographically signed by a certificate authority. Certificates are intended to provide a ...

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If Mac code signing is tampered with, what might fail?

What annoyances or real problems may occur when the digital signature of a Mac application is broken? Applications on a Mac can be digitally signed. When the signature is somehow broken, I know a few ...
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Is there a license / royalty free DRM available for protecting and distributing content?

Is there a license / royalty free DRM available for protecting and distributing video content?
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How do I disable the warning Chrome gives if a security certificate is not trusted?

I want to know if it's possible to disable the warning you get in Chrome when you try to go to some HTTPS site that doesn't have a trusted certificate. I have a few sites in my bookmarks that use ...
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How to create my own certificate chain?

I would like to setup my own OCSP Responder (just for testing purposes). This requires me to have a root certificate and a few certificates generated from it. I've managed to create a self-signed ...
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Add permanent SSL certificate exception in Chrome (Linux)

I have a problem with a website that has an SSL certificate which doesn't correspond to the website domain. Chrome gives me a warning for this website (and rightly so), which I have to ignore ...
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Where do I find the certificate file so I can add a program to “Trusted Publishers” in the certmgr?

I have three programs that startup automatically with Windows 7. They are: Webroot SecureAnywhere Soluto Anti-Frustration Software everything.exe Each of these programs bring up a blue UAC dialog ...
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Continually getting Certificate Errors on all browsers

I recently switched to a new laptop running Windows 7. For some reason I am constantly getting certificate errors when hitting sites where I really shouldn't be getting them - twitter, picasa, google ...
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Can I disable certificate error/warning in Firefox/Chrome/Internet Explorer?

Exactly as the title says; I don't mind which browser, I just want to type "https://........" and see the page normally without any certificate error, knowing that I might risk myself by allowing an ...
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How to make Google Chrome not to check system clock or certificates at all?

How to make Google Chrome not to check system clock? I want to switch back my system clock and still can access to gmail etc.
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How to save a remote server SSL certificate locally as a file

I need to download an SSL certificate of a remote server (not HTTPS, but the SSL handshake should be the same as Google Chrome / IE / wget and curl all give certificate check fail errors) and add the ...
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How can I get a list of installed certificates on Windows?

I know I have some certificates installed on my Windows 7 machine, how can I see what they are, the nicknames they are known by, and browse detailed information (such as issuer and available usage)?
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How do I view the contents of a PFX file on Windows?

I have a PFX certificate file on my machine and I'd like to view the details before importing it. (The import utility doesn't actually tell you what the certificate is!). How do I view the details ...
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How do I distinguish between these two certificate situations?

Situation 1 (safe): Website was vulnerable to heartbleed and using a certificate not valid before 2012-10-21 Website upgraded to an unvulnerable version of OpenSSL Website re-keyed and got a their ...
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EFS - Find out what's encrypted

Since a few days when I start Windows Vista i get a Popup from "Encrypting File System" (coming from process efsui.exe) asking me to backup the certificate and key. I don't know what i did to get ...
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Outlook 2013, multiple email accounts and encrypted email: Only last S/MIME settings used

I have multiple email accounts properly setup in Outlook 2013 (can send/receive fine otherwise). Lets say they are: user1@domain1.com user2@domain2.com user3@domain3.com All belong to me and I have ...
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Certificate error with Internet Explorer 9

one of my coworkers installed IE9 on their computer. They are now having trouble accessing some websites that once worked(and still work) in other browsers. One example is this page: ...
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How do add a certificate from a self-signed server to trusted certificates in Chrome?

I have a dedicated server with a wiki and want to secure it so nobody can read my articles by sniffing my pages. I do not want to pay for a valid certificate so I created a self-signed certificate. ...
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Fixing a broken “chain of trust” in Windows 7 Certificates?

I was told that "The Chain of Trust" was broken on this certificate for my malware scanner "Webroot". How do I fix "The Chain of Trust"? ("The Chain of Trust" sounds like a botched version of ...
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Self-signed TLS certs for Sendmail?

I have (attempted to) set up sendmail send mail over SMTPS on port 465. However, everytime I try to send an email through Thunderbird, the following errors appear in mail.log: NOQUEUE: connect from ...