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To verify a certificate, a browser will obtain a sequence of certificates, each one having signed the next certificate in the sequence, connecting the signing CA's root to the server's certificate. This sequence of certificates is called a certification path.
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.
Valid certificate means a certificate that is not expired, suspended, revoked or invalid.
Check SSL certificate expiration date. In the XIA Configuration Server, open the Windows Machine item. Navigate to Security > Machine Certificates and select a certificate to check the expiry date.
How Do I Check If My SSL Certificate is Valid? In this example, you can see that the certificate is valid and trusted by browsers and that the tested domain matches the certificate.
Click the Three Dots. You will find them in the top right corner of your browser tool bar. Select Developer Tools. Scroll down to More Tools and then click on Developer Tools. Click the Security Tab, Select View Certificate Check the Expiration Data.
You can also view an SSL certificate directly from the address bar. Click on the padlock icon to the right of the website's address and then click the "View Certificate" link. The Certificate dialog box will open. Information about the SSL certificate appears immediately.
Your web browser comes installed with the public keys of all of the major certificate authorities. It uses this public key to verify that the web server's certificate was indeed signed by the trusted certificate authority. The certificate contains the domain name and/or ip address of the web server.
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