How do I import my CA certificate?

How do I import my CA certificate?

To import the CA certificate, navigate to Trusted Root Certification Authorities | Certificates pane. Right-click within the Certificates panel and click All Tasks | Import to start the Certificate Import wizard.

How do I import my CA certificates into Chrome?


  1. Open the browser.
  2. Click Customize and control Google Chrome button in the upper right corner.
  3. Choose Settings.
  4. Under Privacy and security section, click More.
  5. Click Manage certificates, The new window will appear.
  6. Choose Trusted Root Certification Authorities tab.
  7. Click Import.
  8. In the opened window, click Next.

How do I force Chrome to accept a certificate?

Open Chrome settings, scroll to the bottom, and click Show advanced settings… Click the Trusted Root Certification Authorities tab, then click the Import… button. This opens the Certificate Import Wizard.

How do I view CA certificate in Chrome?

Navigate to chrome://settings and scroll down to ‘Advanced’.

  1. Under “Privacy and Security,” click “Manage Certificates.”
  2. On the popup that was launched, select “Trusted Root Certification Authorities’. The certificate will be displayed there.

How do I import a certificate into Windows?

In order to import the certificate you need to access it from the Microsoft Management Console (MMC).

  1. Open the MMC (Start > Run > MMC).
  2. Go to File > Add / Remove Snap In.
  3. Double Click Certificates.
  4. Select Computer Account.
  5. Select Local Computer > Finish.
  6. Click OK to exit the Snap-In window.

How do I add a trusted certificate in Internet Explorer?

How to import your certificate to the browser

  1. Open Internet Explorer, click Tools and select Internet Options.
  2. Open the Content tab and click Certificates.
  3. Click Import.
  4. The Certificate Import Wizard starts.

How do I get a browser to accept a self-signed Certificate?


  1. Using Google Chrome, access the site to which you want to connect.
  2. Select Not Secure in the URL, and then select Certificate.
  3. Select Certification Path, select the root certificate, and then select View Certificate.
  4. Select Details, and then select Copy to Files.

How do I find the certificate of a website?

Click on the padlock icon to the right or left of the website’s address and look for an option to view the certificate. If you don’t see that option, look for one that talks about viewing website connection details and then look for a certificate button there. The certificate dialog box will then open.

How to add a CA certificate to Chrome?

Chrome uses the System keychain certificate store. To add a CA certificate locally, launch Terminal and run this command (I’ve broken it down into several lines to make it more readable, but the command is fully functional): sudo security add-trusted-cert -k /Library/Keychains/System.keychain -d /path/to/CAcertificate.crt

How to import a SSL certificate in Google Chrome?

A SSL certificate can be imported in Google Chrome using option menu. Click on the wrench icon –> options –> Navigate to Under the Hood tab. Scroll down to Security section and click on the Manage certificates button. Click on the import button and use the Certificate import wizard to import a certificate

How to import CA root certificates on Linux and Windows?

After execution of this script your root CA should be known to Firefox, Chrome, Chromium, Vivaldy and other browsers. New root certificates can easily be imported into Windows via Active Directory. However, if you do not have Active Directory enabled on your Windows machines, this is how you manually import your certificate:

Where can I get a root certificate for Google Chrome?

Then select “Install certificate” => “Local machine” and browse the certificate store. Your certificate should be installed into “Trusted Root Certification Authorities”. On Windows most webbrowsers and other applications use the OS trust store, so Google Chrome and Vivaldi should accept your certificates instantly.