Obtaining a Comodo Certificate
Obtaining a Class 1 certificate from Comodo (Instantssl) using Internet Explorer
Comodo supports IE, Firefox, Opera and Flock, for obtaining the certificate. All images are click-able if more details are required.
- Go to http://www.instantssl.com/ssl-certificate-products/free-email-certificate.html
- Click the Get it free now button next to 'Free Secure Email Certificate'
- Fill in your details.
- Press agree & continue.
- Wait for the confirmation mail to arrive in your mailbox.
- Follow the instructions in the mail (or go to this link ), it should look something like this:
- Enter your email address and the security code given in the mail
- Certificate should be collected and installed in your browser
- Export the certificate to a file
- Export the certificate (Internet Explorer 8)
- Select from "Tools" -> "Internet Options" -> "Content" -> "Certificates" -> "Personal" and locate your certificate from the list. If this is your first certificate it will be listed under the name "UTN-USERFirst-Client Authentication and Email". Click on "Export" -> "Next" -> "Yes, export the private key" -> "Next" -> "Next". Choose a password for your file and click "Next", choose a name for this backup file and save it at a known location.
- Export the certificate (Firefox 3.5)
- Select "Preferences" -> "Advanced" -> "Encryption" -> "View Certificates", choose the "Your Certificates" tab and locate your certificate from the list. The certificate will be listed with "UTN-USERFirst-Client Authentication and Email" as its name. Select the certificate and click on "Backup", choose a name for this backup file, provide a password and save it at a known location.
- Export the certificate (Opera 10.10)
- Select "Tools" -> "Preferences" -> "Advanced" (tab) -> "Security" -> "Manage Certificate" (button) -> "Personal" (tab) choose your certificate and click "Export" (button).
Importing a certificate from file into Mumble
- Select Configure -> Certificate Wizard
- Select import certificate. Click Next
- Locate the certificate file. It should end in .p12 or .pfx depending on which browser exported the certificate.
- Enter the password for the certificate
- The certificate details should now be filled in. Make sure that it is the correct certificate. Click next.
- Confirm that you want to change your certificate by pressing next.
- Done! Press finish to close the guide.