Following browsers support CS certificates: IE 6.0+, FireFox, Opera and Safari.
Reset Internet Security options should be set up as Default level: (Tools -> Internet Options -> Security Tab).
If the button is not active it means the default level is on.
Now you can purchase CS SSL.
Note: Product works just on the browser it was bought on. If you would like to use the certificate on different browser, the export certificate will be needed.
Go to browser's tool, it depends on the system you use:
Windows - Tools -> Options
Unix and similar - Edit -> Options
Mac - FF -> Options
Go to Advanced -> General -> Encryption ans click on View Certificates.
Choose Personal tab or Your Certificates.
Select the certificate and option Backup.
prompt to save the file Recommended:
* Save location: Desktop * File Name: Anything_of_your_choice * File type: PKCS12 Files (*.p12) Type the password for the file .p12 and click Save. It contains certificate and private key in PKCS #12 format.
The error: -2146885628 with comment Certificate installation was unsuccesfull! means that this Code Signing certificate can only be installed on the same machine from where you applied.
Note: Do not install the codesigning certificate to different machine, unless the private key has been backed up successfully.
The Private key will be stored in the default directory C:\mykey.pvk
Code Signing Certificate is a tool for any software publisher who wants to share applications and software via the Internet. It protects against all types of fraud that could harm the software and its author.
Using Authenticode and Code Signing Certificate, you can sign the following files:
Authenticode is used to sign the 32-bit files: .exe, .cab, .ocx, .class. If you want to distribute applications for programs such as: Internet Explorer, Exchange, Outlook, you should sign it with Authenticode.
There are 3 things which must be verified before issuance CS product:
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