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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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 ...
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Issues with adding new root certificate in windows 8.1

I'm trying to implement my own self signed certificate for testing purposes but I'm running into some issues with Windows 8.1 on my computer. For some reason the certmgr.msc doesn't give me the option ...
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How can I get my company proxy's root certificate (with Firefox)?

I'm facing a similar problem as in Firefox: This connection is untrusted + Behind corporate firewall that is, I'm getting "this connecting is untrusted" whenever I try to connect via https, as ...
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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 ...