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Knowledgebase : Comodo Certification Authority Downloads > Root & Intermediate(s) > SHA-1 (Legacy) > Email and Client Certificates
  The private key for a S/MIME certificate is generated by the browser during certificate enrollment. When the submit button is pressed, a key pair of the selected size is generated. The PRIVATE KEY is encrypted and stored in the LOCAL KEY DATABASE. S/MIME certificates can be applied only using INTERNET EXPLORER and MOZILLA FIREFOX. COMODO recommends using INTERNET EXPLORER 8+ on Windows and FIREFOX on Mac for certificate enrollment as it is both easy to apply and convenient for the user. Fo...
PLEASE CLICK THIS LINK [HTTPS://WWW.COMODO.COM/PDF/COMODO-CPAC-INTERNET-EXPLORER.PDF]TO GET THE LATEST INSTRUCTIONS ON IMPORTING AND EXPORTING [HTTPS://WWW.COMODO.COM/PDF/COMODO-CPAC-INTERNET-EXPLORER.PDF] YOUR EMAIL CERTIFICATE USING INTERNET EXPLORER [HTTPS://WWW.COMODO.COM/PDF/COMODO-CPAC-INTERNET-EXPLORER.PDF] THE FOLLOWING PROCESS DESCRIBES HOW TO BACKUP CERTIFICATES 1. Start Internet Explorer, select Tools, Internet Options, Content, Certificates 2. On the Personal Certificates tab,...
UTN-USERFirst-ClientAuthenticationandEmail.crt
For help using your certificate to sign and encrypt mail or to export and import or your certificate, please select your software or device from the list below. These documents are suitable for both Personal Authentication Certificates and Secure Email Certificates. BROWSERS: * Internet Explorer [https://www.comodo.com/support/products/authentication_certs/setup/ie7.php?key5sk1=649f7696ddcd15b926ed0862b303a6e7b4dd8204] * Comodo Dragon [https://www.comodo.com/support/products/authenticati...
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