SCN-Root

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You can download the Secure Computing Networks Root SSL certifcate at https://www.secure-computing.net/scn-root.crt.

MacOS X 10.4 Install

This section will instruct you on installing and trusting the Secure Computing Networks SSL certificate tree.

  1. First, download the SCN Root Certificate file.
  2. Once downloaded, double-click/open the file you downloaded. You should see a window such as the following:
    Rootssl1.png
  3. Click the View Certificates button, then click the small arrow to expand the information. Our signatures are:
    • MD5: 87 E8 EC E9 B6 24 9B 64 01 AF EA 13 F3 84 BF C2
    • SHA1: E0 C4 5A 19 4F 91 63 E7 F1 5D 7B A3 6C 76 A5 61 BB F2 AF 51

    If these don't match, DO NOT INSTALL THE CERTIFICATE! If these do match, click OK and continue with these instructions.

  4. From the drop down list, select X509Anchors
    Rootssl2.png
  5. If you're asked to authenticate as an Administrator, go ahead and do so. Editing the X509Anchors requires root/admin privileges.
  6. Your Keychain Access application should be open. To verify installation, select X509Anchors, and from the Category, select Certificates. Scrolling down, you should see "SCN Root Certificate Authority".
    Rootssl3.png
  7. You can test by going to https://www.secure-computing.net. You should not be asked or warned about certificate authenticity or validation. If using Safari, you can click on the lock icon in the upper-right corner to view the site certificate. You should see a green check box indicating the certificate is valid:
    Rootssl4.png