One way to ensure security in the OS Windows is to use certificates - digitally signed documents certifying the authenticity of the services, Web sites, users or devices. Certificates issued by the CA and stored in the system folders on your hard drive.
To view all the installed certificates, select "Run" from the "Start" menu and type in the command line certmgr.msc.The management console "Certificates" expand the child nodes that contain information about certificates.
To get information about each document, hover over it and click the right mouse button.The drop-down menu, select "Open".In the tab "Members" click "Properties" and in the "Show", select "All" for the system to give the details of this document.
The browser also provides information about the installed certificates.If you are using IE, the menu "Tools" select "Internet Options" and go to the tab "Content".Click the "Certificates".To navigate through the tabs, use the arrow direction "Right" and "Left"
in the upper right corner.
For details on a separate document, mark it with the cursor and press "View".For information on additional parameters, use the "Advanced" button.
If you have Mozilla Firefox, in the "Tools" menu, select "Settings".Go to the tab "Advanced" and "encryption".Click on "View certificates".The developers of the browser decided not to provide certificates that do not have confidence in a separate group.
For more detailed information on each certificate, place the cursor on it and press "View".You can change the status of the document, delete it or move using the corresponding buttons.
To see Certificates in Opera, in the "Settings" menu, select "General Settings" and go to the tab "Advanced".On the left side of the screen, click "Security" and click the "Certificate management".
tab "approved" contains a list of installed certificates.Click "View" to see more information about each certificate.
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