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*.myspace.com, MySpace, Inc., IT, L=Beverly Hills, ST=Califor...
Certificate summary - Owner: *.myspace.com, "MySpace, Inc.", IT, L=Beverly Hills, ST=California, US Issuer: GlobalSign Organization Validation CA, GlobalSign, Organization Validation CA Expiration: Mon Oct 05 20:08:52 EDT 2015 MD5: 96:27:33:42:32:C7:74:00:39:2C: 57:A7:41:01:EC:74Hash: Owner Hash=ff1...
2012-07-26, 2976👍, 0💬

"Your connection is not secure" Error in Firefox
Why I am getting the "Your connection is not secure" error screen in Firefox? You will see the "Your connection is not secure" error screen in Firefox, if Firefox failed to validate the server certificate provided by the Web site you are visiting. One of the reason for the validation failure is miss...
2012-07-26, 7787👍, 0💬

Export Server Certificate in Firefox to File
How to export the server certificate to a file in Firefox? I can view the server certificate used by the Web site. If you are view the server certificate in Firefox, you can export it to a certificate file as shown in this tutorial: 1. Visit https://www.paypal.com Web site with Firefox. 2. Open the ...
2012-07-26, 3370👍, 0💬

Validation Path of Server Certificate in Firefox
How to see the signing chain or the validation path of a server certificate in Firefox? I want to know the root CA who signs the last certificate in the certificate path. If you are visiting a Web site that uses a "https" address with Firefox, you can view the server certificate path of the site to ...
2012-07-26, 3282👍, 0💬

Export Server Certificate Full Path in Firefox to File
How to export all certificates in the server certificate path to a file in Firefox? To export all certificates in the server certificate path to a file in Firefox, you can choose the "X.509 Certificate with chain (PEM)" file type as shown in this tutorial: 1. Visit https://www.paypal.com Web site wi...
2012-07-26, 3111👍, 0💬

General Information of Server Certificate in Firefox
How to read general information of a server certificate in Firefox? What is the meaning of "MD5 Fingerprint"? This tutorial may help you to understand general information of the server certificate of a secure Web site. 1. Visit https://www.paypal.com Web site with Firefox. 2. Open the server certifi...
2012-07-26, 2775👍, 0💬

Security Tab of Viewing Page Info in Firefox
How to see more security related information on View Page Info in Firefox? To see more security related information on View Page Info in Firefox, you can follow this tutorial: 1. Run Firefox and visit www.paypal.com Web site. You see PayPal home page showing up. 2. Right-mouse click anywhere on the ...
2012-07-25, 3765👍, 0💬

Delete Root CA Certificate from Firefox
How to delete a root CA (Certificate Authority) certificate from Firefox? I don't know this root CA and don't want to trust any Web sites that uses this root CA. If you want to delete a certificate from Firefox, you can export it to a file first, then follow this tutorial to delete it from Firefox. ...
2012-07-25, 3752👍, 0💬

General Tab of Viewing Page Info in Firefox
How to read information on the General tab of View Page Info in Firefox? What is the meaning of "High-grade Encryption"? This tutorial may help you understand information provided on the General tab of View Page Info in Firefox. 1. Run Firefox and visit www.paypal.com Web site. You see PayPal home p...
2012-07-25, 3485👍, 0💬

Import Root CA Certificate into Firefox
How to import a root CA certificate into Firefox? I delete it from Firefox earlier, but I have a copy in a certificate file. If you want to import a root CA (Certificate Authorities) certificate back into Firefox from a file, you can follow this tutorial. 1. Start "Certificate Manager" in Firefox. 2...
2012-07-25, 3379👍, 0💬

Export Certificate from Firefox to File
How to export a certificate from Firefox? I want to save a copy before removing the certificate. If you want export a copy of a certificate from Firefox, you can follow this tutorial: 1. Start "Certificate Manager" in Firefox. 2. Click "Authorities" tab. You see the list of root CA (Certificate Auth...
2012-07-25, 3187👍, 0💬

View Website Server Certificate in Firefox
How to view the server certificate of the Website in Firefox? I know that the Website is using a "https" address. If you are visiting a Website that uses a "https" address with Firefox, you can view the server certificate of the Website as shown in this tutorial: 1. Run Firefox and visit https://www...
2012-07-25, 3186👍, 0💬

Context Menu for Viewing Page Info in Firefox
Where to click to get more Web site information in Firefox 8? I want to know if the page I am reading is secure or not. If a Web page is having "https" as part of the page address, it is a secured page. But if you want to know more information about this page, you need to use context menu in Firefox...
2012-07-25, 3138👍, 0💬

Details View of Certificate in Firefox
How to view detailed information of a certificate in Firefox? I want to know in which country the owner of the certificate is located. To view detailed information of a certificate in Firefox, you can double-click on the Certificate name in the certificate list and go to the "Details" tab as shown b...
2012-07-25, 2665👍, 0💬

Export Root CA Certificate from IE to File
How to export a Root CA certificate from IE? I want to save a copy before removing the certificate. If you want export a copy of a CA certificate from IE, you can follow this tutorial: 1. Start "Certificate Manager" in IE. 2. Click "Trusted Root Certificate Authorities" tab. You see the list of trus...
2012-07-25, 3907👍, 0💬

File Name Extensions Used for Certificates
What are file name extensions used for certificates? I see .cer files on my Windows computer. Most commonly used file name extensions for X.509 certificates are: .cer - Used for certificate files in binary DER format. Could also be used for certificate files in text PEM format. .crt - Used for certi...
2012-07-25, 3212👍, 0💬

List of Root CA Certificates in Firefox
How to see the list of root CA certificates used by Firefox? To see the list of root CA (Certificate Authorities) certificates used by Firefox, you need to use the Certificate Manager in Firefox as shown below: 1. Click the "Tools > Options" menu. 2. Click the "Advanced > Certificates" tab. 3....
2012-07-25, 3139👍, 0💬

Distinguished Names on Certificates
What are distinguished names on certificates? I see "C=US" on in many certificates. Distinguished Names are used in X.509 certificates to identify entities, such as those which are named by the subject and issuer (signer) fields. The X.509 standard defines the following fields for Distinguished Name...
2012-07-25, 2925👍, 0💬

General Information of Certificate in Firefox
How to view general information of a certificate in Firefox? I want to know when is the expiration of the certificate. To view general information of a certificate in Firefox, you can double-click on the certificate name in the certificate list as shown below: 1. Start "Certificate Manager" in Firef...
2012-07-25, 2703👍, 0💬

What Is PKI (Public-Key Infrastructure)
What is PKI (Public-Key Infrastructure)? Public-Key Infrastructure (PKI) is a public-key cryptography system that enables users to securely communicate on an insecure public network, and reliably verify the identity of a user via digital signatures. The main function of the a PKI system is for the c...
2012-07-25, 2665👍, 0💬

OpenSSL "verify -CAfile" - Specify Root CA Certificate
How to specify the root CA certificates that close the signing chain for the server certificate for OpenSSl "verify" command? I have downloaded the root CA certificate in a file. If you have the root CA certificate downloaded in a file, you can provide it to the OpenSSL "verify" command using the "-...
2012-07-24, 5893👍, 0💬

OpenSSL "verify" - Verify or Validate Certificate
How to verify or validate a certificate using OpenSSL "verify" command? I got a certificate from the Web site server and want to see if it is valid. If you have a certificate stored in a file, you can try to validate it or verify it with the OpenSSL "verify" command as shown below: C:\Users\fyicente...
2012-07-24, 5494👍, 0💬

OpenSSL "verify -untrusted" - Specify Untrusted Certificate
How to specify those intermediate CA certificates that form the signing chain for the server certificate for OpenSSl "verify" command? I have the certificate chain from the server saved in a file. If you have the server certificate chain saved in a file, you can provide it to the OpenSSL "verify" co...
2012-07-24, 5436👍, 0💬

Download Root CA Certificate
How to download the certificate from a root CA? I need to the root CA certificate to close the certification validation chain. If you know the CN (Common Name) of the root CA, for example "DigiCert High Assurance EV Root CA", you can search and download it our certificate database at certificate.fyi...
2012-07-24, 5071👍, 0💬

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