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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.
In Internet Explorer, click Tools, then click Internet Options to display the Internet Options dialog box. Click the Content tab. Under Certificates, click Certificates. To view details of any certificate, select the certificate and click View.
In Internet Explorer, click Tools, then click Internet Options to display the Internet Options dialog box. Click the Content tab. Under Certificates, click Certificates. To view details of any certificate, select the certificate and click View.
How do you open a DER file? You need a suitable software like DER Encoded X509 Certificate to open a DER file. Without proper software you will receive a Windows message "How do you want to open this file?" (Windows 10) or "Windows cannot open this file" (Windows 7) or a similar Mac/iPhone/Android alert.
Navigate to Advanced > Certificates > Manage Certificates > Your Certificates > Import. From the "File name:" section of the Import window, choose Certificate Files from the drop-down, and then find and open the PEM file.
Click the Three Dots. You will find them in the top right corner of your browser tool bar. Select Developer Tools. Click the Security Tab, Select View Certificate Check the Expiration Data.
Click the padlock. Start by clicking the padlock icon in the address bar for whatever website you're on. Click on Valid. In the pop-up box, click on Valid under the Certificate prompt. Check the Expiration Data.
If a website has a valid certificate, it means that a certificate authority has taken steps to verify that the web address actually belongs to that organization. The certificate is signed by a certificate authority that the browser recognizes as a "trusted" authority.
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