How to verify Securly SSL is installed on Chrome?

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To ensure that Securly is able to granularly filter HTTP sites, a Trusted Root Certificate is required on the browser. Below are the steps to verify if the certificate has been installed in the Chrome browser.

Chromebook and Windows OS verification

To verify if the certificate is deployed on your Chrome browser

  1. Navigate to chrome://settings and scroll down to ‘Advanced’.
  2. Under ‘Privacy and Security’ click ‘Manage Certificates’.
  3. On the popup that is launched, select the ‘Trusted Root Certification Authorities’. The certificate will be displayed there.

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Mac OS X verification

  1. On the ‘chrome://settings’ page complete steps 1 & 2 as in the section on ‘Chromebook and Windows OS verification’.
  2. In the ‘Keychain Access’ window that opens select ‘System’ in the left-hand column. The certificate will be displayed under ‘Certificates’.

If the certificate is not installed, click here to download the certificate and understand the process.  

Later this Fall, Securly's current SSL Certificate will expire. We have provisioned a brand new SSL Certificate available below which expires in 2034. While to get up and running today you only need to have the original SSL Certificate Installed, we recommend that you install both SSL Certificates at the same time to ensure when the original expires, you are at no loss of service.

 

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