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How do I get to the certificate manager for my firefox browser so I can manage the certificates of sites I frequently visit?

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It looks like my firefox browser is using an old facebook security certificate dated 2-28-14. How do I get to my certificate manager in my firefox browser so I can see if there's an updated security certificate (4-18-14 or after) and get that in place? Be specific with steps for me to follow please.

It looks like my firefox browser is using an old facebook security certificate dated 2-28-14. How do I get to my certificate manager in my firefox browser so I can see if there's an updated security certificate (4-18-14 or after) and get that in place? Be specific with steps for me to follow please.

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I think what you are looking for is

Firefox Options > Advanced > Certificates.

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I think what you are looking for is

Firefox Options > Advanced > Certificates.

I think what you are looking for is<BR><BR> '''Firefox Options > Advanced > Certificates.'''