If the browser trusts the entire intermediate certificate, it will trust the server’s certificate without stopping the main certificate and will show the new version of the root from its actual certificate store rather than the physical root certificate sent by the host server or NetScaler Gateway.
They can obtain a copy of the certificate or CA on almost any read-only medium (such as a CD) from your local network administrator (provided you trust this person). Then install it on your computer and (assuming the CD has never left anyone’s storage) you can mark that certificate or authority as “Always Trust”.
While the root/intermediate certificate can be downloaded from the SSL record provider’s website or generated upon request. Generally, the root certificate is usually included in the certificate package provided to me by your SSL service provider via intermediate and system certificates.
Although it is highly required, it may be the reason you are experiencing the G2 “You have not chosen to trust the DigiCert Trust Global CA” error. In some cases, you need to install a real SSL certificate on the client software. This can also happen if someone’s root/intermediate certificate is missing.
Who is Entrust certification authority?
Entrust is a founding member of the CA Security Council and, in addition to the CA/Browser Forum, actively ensures the development of industry standards for TLS/SSL, S/MIME, document signing, mobile devices, and code signing certificates for the reason why certificate management.
Is entrust a certification authority?
WebTrust Seal – Entrust was the first certification (CA) guru in the world to join the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) with the WebTrust Certification Assurance Seal for Authorities (CA) and the Canadian Institute of Certified Public Accountants (CICA).
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