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Select Run from the Start menu, and then enter certmgr.msc. The Certificate Manager tool for the current user appears. To view your certificates, under Certificates - Current User in the left pane, expand the directory for the type of certificate you want to view.
Check the SSL Certificate Look at the URL of the website. If it begins with https instead of http it means the site is secured using an SSL Certificate (the s stands for secure). SSL Certificates secure all of your data as it is passed from your browser to the website's server.
In the Internet Explorer window, click on Tools and then Internet Options at the bottom of the drop-down menu. ... In the new window that appears, click on the Content tab at the top in the middle of the other tabs. Click on the Certificates button near the middle of the window.
Click the Security report button (a padlock) in an address bar. Click the View Certificate button. Go to the Details tab. Click the Copy to File... button. Click the Next button.
On Windows systems you can right click the .cer file and select Open. That will then let you view most of the meta data. On Windows you run Windows certificate manager program using certmgr.msc command in the run window. Then you can import your certificates and view details.
Linux. # echo | openssl s_client -connect -servername 2>/dev/null | openssl x509 -noout -dates. notBefore=Feb 14 00:00:00 2017 GMT. ... Windows. Open Command Prompt as Administrator and execute the following command:
Open Internet Explorer. Go to Tools > Internet Options. Click Content tab > Certificates. In the Certificates window, click on the tab for the certificate you want to examine (Personal, Other People, Intermediate Certification Authorities, Trusted Root Certification Authorities) Locate the certificate or root in the list.
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