Setup StartSSL Certificates: Personal Certificate Authentication, Part 2 of 4.Last updated March 1st, 2014 by Steven Jordan
Takeaway: This article explains the role of StartSSL personal certificates. This is the second part in a four-part series on how to use StartSSL certificates.
Additional StartSSL articles:
1. Sign-up: Resister with StartSSL.
2. Personal Certificates: Back-up and authenticate to StartSSL with personal certificates.
3. New Cert: Generate the StartSSL certificate.
4. Windows Certificate Management: Import the StartSSL certificate into Windows.
Back up the personal certificate:
Your personal certificate represents your digital identity. Backup your personal certificate to keep your digital identity safe. You can use the backup file for disaster recovery and as a source to import the certificate to new devices and applications.
To export certificates from FireFox:
a.) Click on the Firefox Menu → Options → Options.