Trusted root certificates are used by a computer or device for secure communications and file/program authentication.

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Import root certificate in Synology

I am looking for a way to import a root certificate in a synology server (the certificate comes from a ssl intercepting proxy). I have copied the certificate to /usr/share/ca-certificates/<...
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Find and delete duplicate root certificates

We are in a disconnected domain and have just implemented updated root certificates via group policy. I have found now though, that there are a number of duplicated root certificates in the users ...
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View / install certificates for local machine store on Windows 7

On Windows 7 (Windows 7 Professional x64), how can I view and install certificates in the local machine store? The certmgr.msc plugin allows me to view certificates installed in the current ...
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Firefox developer edition insecure connection all the time

Just installed FDE at my work, but i get the following message when trying to visit youtube.com, google.com and sites: Your connection is not secure The owner of www.youtube.com has ...
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Deploy root certificate to Firefox on Mac OS X

I want to know how to deploy a root certificates for the Firefox on Mac OS X. I've found some solutions to do it on Windows and it works like a charm. Now I want to do the same on Mac OS X. we have ...
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Trust root or leaf certificate in 802.1x setup?

I am setting up 802.1x via wired or wireless (WPA2 Enterprise) connections in our office, backed by a OneLogin RADIUS server. The certificate is not self-signed, so it's not clear to me whether it's ...
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How is Avast auto-inserting a signature into my browser based email?

I recently upgraded Avast and I just noticed it is inserting signatures into my webmail. i.e. in a browser, i type an email, see my regular signature, but when the email goes out, it appends it's own ...
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SSL: Can't convert DER to PEM

I'm working with ssl certificates and trying to convert myCA.cer to myCA.pem... $ openssl x509 -in myCA.crt -inform der -outform pem -out myCA.cer.pem unable to load certificate 65927:error:0D0680A8:...
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Could merely visiting a web site push a root CA as trusted onto my PC?

This is a follow-up question to this other question, which is about Google decision to start distrusting a specific Symantec Root CA certificate. Microsoft on another hand has not made (yet) any ...
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VeriSign Universal Root Certification Authority missing

I'm attempting to visit https://www.duluthtrading.com/, and I'm receiving an untrusted certificate error on Windows 7. This happens in both IE and Chrome (as both use the Windows certificate store). ...
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Where are digital certificates physically stored on Unix / Linux

Can someone tell me and maybe link to literature which describes it, where are the digital certificates storage location on a Unix / Linux machine? I only know that they are stored under /etc/ssl/...
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Where are digital certificates physically stored on a Mac OS X machine?

Can someone tell me and maybe link to literature which describes it, where are the digital certificates storage location on Mac OS X? I know I could access the certificates with the “Keychain” ...
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Using Fiddler to sniff HTTPS requests of any process (Proxifier)

As far as I understand Fiddler, it simply listens on localhost:8888 and changes the windows proxy settings to exactly that. So that every application that connects using that proxy sends the data ...
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Why won't OS X trust GitHub's SSL certificate?

When I go to any github.com page in Chrome, I get a big ugly error: You attempted to reach github.com, but the server presented a certificate issued by an entity that is not trusted by your ...
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How do you add a certificate authority (CA) to Ubuntu?

My work has decided to issue their own certificate authority (CA) to handle different aspects of our work securely without paying for certificates. Cryptographically sign emails Encrypt email ...
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How do you export the root trust certificate for a site, in Chrome on OS X?

I visit some site in Chrome, and get the lock icon; clicking it, then "Connection", then "Certificate Information" brings up a dialog with several certs listed, the first of which is the root of trust ...
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Can't validate signature on PDF

I can't validate a signature on a PDF. Some important information about the PDF certificate: Validity Start : 2011/12/21 Validity End : 2012/12/20 Signature Date : 2012/12/23 The error is The ...
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What is the complete list of sources that Safari will use for trusted certificates?

Browsing to a particular HTTPS URL in Safari succeeds. Clicking the lock icon, followed by "Show Certificate" shows me the certificate chain. The root cert is listed as "Trusted" (has a blue "+", "...
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Certificates issued to X not signed by correct authority

An issue is arisen such that EVERY certificate which is being signed by any website (eg: facebook.com google.com, mail.live.com) are all issued by an unknown authority: Easy Tech, whereas I know for a ...
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What is the use of validating certificate in Adobe Reader

I've received a PDF which is digitally signed and they provided a guideline to validate the signature. I have done those steps, the signature shows as valid. I saved it as a copy and sent it back to ...
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Why is the local certificate store missing in Windows 8.1?

I am trying to import a self-signed certificate into che local certificate store of the Trusted Root CAs on my Windows 8.1 machine, but that store is missing. Importing it into the Trusted Root CAs ...
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How to instruct SVN print its CA list?

This is related to What does Subversion use for its CA list?. I want to have SVN tell me the CAs its using. svn help does not appear to discuss it (but I may have missed it, since its not obvious in ...
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Windows 8.1 certificate problems: IE can't open google

I'm on Win8.1 and it appears I'm having problems with certificates. Date/Time is ok (and updates at microsoft)! I removed AVG 2015 (which I installed this week, and the problems started). Symptoms: ...
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How is a trusted root certificate appearing in my trusted roots list?

Google is in the process of removing CNNIC as a trusted root. I wanted to make sure i don't have them in my certificate store anyway. So i check certmgr.msc, and look for them. They are neither in my:...
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Associate .pfx certificate with Windows 8.1 Identity

Question - is it possible to associate a PFX from another identity to another computer using Windows 8.1? I am not sure if this should be an Outlook question or an identity issue but here's the case: ...
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Where to get certificates for Acrobat PDF

When sending an invoice in PDF format, it is useful (in some countries obligatory) to sign this PDF digitally. Of course, I could create a self-signed certificate via OpenSSL, but a warning "could ...
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Adding cert to trusted certs

I'm trying to access a web service from a certain website. Since this is a service I can't just click somewhere "go to this site anyway". I just get an endpoint exception in my code. I downloaded ...
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Windows keeps restoring DigitCert root certificates

I issued a SSL certificate trought DigiCert which we know is globally recognized and its Trusted Roots should be by default in Windows installations. However on one of my client's machine there was ...
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How to install a certificate automatically

I would like to know how to generate a certificate and make it to be imported automatically to all main browser (chrome, firefox, ie etc...). Should I upload this certificate to a public CA or ...
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How do I get firefox to use the windows CA cache

How can I import the windows CA (Certificate Authority) cache/list into firefox or get firefox to use it?
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Root certificate authority works windows/linux but not mac osx - (malformed)

I have created a self-signed root certificate authority which if I install onto windows, linux, or even using the certificate store in firefox (windows/linux/macosx) will work perfectly with my ...
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Where should I save a root certificate in Windows 7?

I think I have uninstalled a programme in error and now get certificate errors whenever I try to visit a website (such as google) on the laptop. I have researched and it appears I need to download a ...
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Is there a way to quickly disable all root certificates in Windows 7?

I'd like to temporarily disable all trusted root certificates and wondering if there is a quicker way than going through every single one of them, right-click Properties and selecting "Disable all ...
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How to install a DER binary encoded, GOST R 34.10-2001 root certificate (.crt) on Mac?

I would like to install this certificate on my Mac running OSX 10.9.1. I've downloaded it, but when I double click, keychain is opened and that is it. Can not install it with command line also: ...
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Incorrect Authority Key Identifier on openssl end cert

I'm getting interesting results when signing an end-server certificate using an intermediate CA using openssl. I have a Root CA which looks like this: Serial Number: 14296918985177649921 (...
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SBS2008 Remoteapp certificate not trusted, tried everything

I imported the SBS2008 server certificate to the client from where I want to connect. This worked, and I have added it to the trust root map. However the error still appears saying that the ...
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Win 7 RD “Install certificate” button missing even in admin mode

I'm connecting from home to my office box (both win 7) using RemoteDesktop through gateway. Connection gets through but I get the gateway certificate not trusted message immediatelly. As per various ...
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Should I let JungleDisk replace my /Library/Preferences/cacert.pem?

About a week ago JungleDisk Desktop backup started warning it couldn't upload a "database" file (that it uses for speed), and was falling back to a regular upload, which succeeds. Example message: ...
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Unrecognized root certificatication authority found

I was looking at the certificates on my local PC (Win 7 64-bit) and found one in the "trusted root certification authorities" section that has the same "Issued To" and "Issued By" names (as do most of ...
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Adding Self Signed Certificate to trusted root certificate store using Command Line

Is there any way to add certificate to Local Computer's Trusted Root Certification Authority using command line? I tried using certmgr.exe, it shows success but when i check root CA, i don't see my ...
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How to monitor changes in security certificates?

We all like the pseudo-safety granted us by security certificates. It's beneficial in many ways, I'm not saying the contrary. However, I have a concern about my information privacy at my workplace. ...
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Checking security certificates in a browser

I have been given a laptop with pre-installed software and I am connecting to the internet on it via company wifi. When I am accessing a secure website using https, I want to ensure that the LAN ...
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Checking suspicious (root CA) certificates

I was just looking at my certificate store and saw a bunch of root CAs that look kind of suspicious; specifically numerous ones that: have ALL CAPS text use foreign languages/text have extremely ...
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Resolving the dreaded “an attempt was made to access a token that does not exist” in Win7 64-bit?

I attempted to access "Control Panel -> System and Security -> Administrative Tools -> Local Security Policy" today and received the error: "an attempt was made to access a token that does not exist"...
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How do I disable the “This is probably not the site that you are looking for!” warning in Google Chrome? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I disable the warning Chrome gives if a security certificate is not trusted? I have to regularly browse to a site where the SSL certificate appears to be ...
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WS2003 + IIS = Untrusted Certificate

I have configured a Windows 2003 server to allow SSL access from the Internet, particularly to enable so called Outlook Web Access, that is browse Exchange Server data from the Internet. Following ...
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Issue with chained root certificate in Java on Windows Vista

I am trying to access a VPN server with an address like https://vpn.example.com using Firefox on Vista with the Sun Java plugin (SE 6 U24). I'm using a server certificate issued by RapidSSL - signed ...
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Certificate disappearing from Trusted Root Certification store

I am using a self-signed certificate for testing SSL locally on my development environment - I insert the certificate into my trusted certification store and everything is fine, but a few hours later ...
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Restore default CA Certificates on Mac OSX 10.7

I've been screwing around with my Mac, trying to install self-signed certificate as trusted for our WAN site (for which we can't justify paying for a real signed certificate) I've broken something ...
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DigiNotar Trusted Root Certificates in IE8

In light of the DigiNotar CA compromise I decided to check my Internet Explorer Trusted Root Certificates on all my Windows PC's, Windows 7 showed none from DigiNotar, but all of my XP PC's did. I ...