1 Encrypting Your Using the free COMODO Secure Certificate These instructions will guide you through the process of getting a free Secure Certificate Issued by COMODO. This document will cover the following steps: 1. Apply for a certificate from COMODO. 2. Retrieve and install the certificate from COMODO. 3. Export the Public key portion of the certificate. 4. the Public Key portion to Faster Solutions. To follow this guide fully, we recommend you use Internet Explorer 8 and Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 for the entire process. If you are using a different version or browser, please do the comparable steps. If you intend on using this certificate in Microsoft Outlook, make sure you are using IE 8.0 or earlier. If you are intending on using this certificate in Mozilla Thunderbird, make sure you are using any version of Firefox.
2 Step 1: Apply for a certificate from COMODO. Go to the following web address using Internet Explorer 8: It will take you to the following page. Click on GET IT FREE NOW!
3 You will then be directed to the following page. Fill out the form in its entirety. Provide your: First Name, Last Name, address you will be using this certificate with, Country, Revocation Password. Disregard the Advanced Private Key Options. The Revocation Password can be anything you want, but be sure to remember it or write it down and keep it in a safe location for future reference.
4 When you re done filling out the form, and reading the license agreement, click on Agree & Continue at the bottom of the page. (You might have to scroll down a little to see this button.) After you click Agree & Continue you will get this dialog box. Click Yes. After clicking Yes, you will be taken to a page telling you that your Application is successful. At this point information on how to COLLECT your certificate has been ed to the address you provided.
6 Step 2: Retrieve and install your certificate from COMODO Check your account for an sent from Certificate Customer Services with the subject line of Your certificate is ready for collection! This is your confirmation telling you that your Certificate is ready for collection. At this point, DO NOT click the red button saying Click & Install Comodo Certificate. The reason being that depending on your personal Outlook 2003 configuration, the button might not work for you which could cause some confusion with the remainder of the steps. Instead, we re going to follow the NOTE right under the button. Also make note that COMODO has provided you with a Collection Password which WILL BE NEEDED for the next step. Follow these next few steps: 1. Open Internet Explorer 8 2. Copy and Paste the web link provided to you in the into Internet Explorer 8. It should look something like this https://secure.comodo.net/products/!secure certificate_collec2 but it is possible that this link could change in the future.
7 You should now be looking at this page in Internet Explorer 8. Fill in the address you provided earlier, and the password provided to you in your from COMODO under the big-red button in the Note section. Click Submit & Continue. After you click Submit & Continue you MIGHT get the following dialog box asking you to remember this password. Click No if you do get this dialog box.
8 You will most likely get this screen with a bar informing you that the website wants to run a Certificate Enrollment Control add-on. DO NOT CLICK ON THE NOTIFICATION. In the pink box, there are some instructions by COMODO on how to get past this point. We are going to follow those instructions now. To get past the above screen, follow these steps: In Internet Explorer 8, click Tools and then all the way at the bottom, click Internet Options :
9 Click the Security tab. Click the Trusted Sites zone. Click the Sites button. The Trusted sites box will appear. Make sure that https://secure.comodo.net is in Add this website to the zone: text box. Then, click Add.
10 This will add the address to the Websites list. Click Close in the Trusted sites dialog box. Click OK in the Internet Options dialog box. You will then be presented with the following dialog box asking you if you want to redisplay the page. Click Retry
11 You will then be presented with the following dialog box asking you if you want to add the certificate now. Click Yes. If all goes well you should be presented with the following page. Congratulations, your certificate is now installed! You now need to export your public key, and then your public key to Faster Solutions. We are going to export your public key now.
12 Step 3: Exporting the Public Key Portion of the certificate Certificates are composed of a Public Key and a Private Key. The public key is the part of your certificate that anyone SENDING YOU an uses to encrypt (i.e. scramble up) their to you so that no one else can intercept and compromise it. To establish this kind of secure communication, you need to share your Public Key with whomever you wish to transfer secure s with. To decrypt (ie. unscramble) your , you need both the Public Key and your Private Key to do so. So, since you only share out your Public Key, and keep your Private Key to yourself, ONLY YOU are able to read any secure coming to you. Faster Solutions requires your Public Key in order to be able to send you encrypted secure s from our various services. One such service that uses encrypted s is our shopping cart feature. To export your Public Key, do the following steps: If Internet Explorer 8 isn t running, open it up now. Click Tools then Internet Options at the bottom of the list.
13 Click the Content tab. In the Certificates section, click the Certificates button.
14 Make sure <All> is selected from the Intended purpose dropdown. Click the Personal tab and select your certificate. If you have multiple personal certificates installed on your system, look for a certificate issued by UTN-USERFirst-Client Authentication and . Click the Export button. You will then be taken to the Certificate Export Wizard.
15 After clicking Export you will see the following dialog box. Click Next > Select No, do not export the private key and click Next >
16 Select DER encoded binary X.509 (.CER) from the list and click Next >
17 Type in a name for the file you re going to be exporting. We recommend naming it the same name as your domain or something meaningful. Make sure not to use any spaces. Also, make sure to use the prefix with.cer. In our case, we re using the name fastersolutions.cer. By default, this file will be saved to your desktop. Click Next > If your certificate was exported successfully, you will see the following dialog box. Click Ok. Next, you re going to the.cer file you just exported, to Faster Solutions.
18 Step 4: Faster Solutions your Public Key portion of your encryption certificate Use your program (Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 is used in this example) to attach and that certificate as an attachment to To do this, follow these steps: Click New Send to: In the subject line, put the name of your company, or your name, followed by Certificate. Click on the paper-clip icon in the bar above the To line. You can also do this by clicking Insert from the menu bar and selecting File from the dropdown list.
19 Locate your saved certificate and select it. Click Insert.
20 You will see an Attach line containing the certificate. In the , provide your name, company name, company s website, and the that you are securing. Click Send. Once we receive the certificate, we will install it on our mail server and send you a test page. If you receive and can view the test page, from that point on, your s will be secure!
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