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

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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 ...