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I have looked on the web for instructions on how to remove "NordVPN CyberSec.cer" from my General Settings and Enterprise Polices. The articles were no help.
At the top of the General page "Your Browser is being managed by your organization" is displayed. Clicking on the Blue Text String I go to about:policies, it shows "Certificates Install NordVPN CyberSec.cer".
When I click on errors - "Unable to find certificate - NordVPN CyberSec.cer" is shown.
I don't know how this may be affecting FoxFire.
I contacted NordVPN and asked them how to remove this "install item". Per their instructions, I deleted everything related to NordVPN.
The error continues after restarts.
The install/load request has to be coming from FoxFire; for Nord does not exist on my machine ( Mac Mini 10.15.7 FoxFire 106.0.1 (64bit ) ). Chrome has never been on my machine. I did trial NordVPN but do not use it.
How do I remove the install request?
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Are you still using NordVPN as such applications usually install their root certificate in Firefox to avoid SEC_ERROR_UNKNOWN_ISSUER errors ?
No, I have removed all Nord apps and related Library, pref files, etc. per Nord instructions. Beyond that, they said the prob was in Foxfire. Most likely a parameter that was not cleared via the manual Nord clean up ( rather than an un-install that I did not have access to ).
Where would you suggest I look where this certificate is being installed ?
I can make advanced edits, if I know where to look.
I can install a new FoxFire if you think this “setting” will not follow the clean install.
Thank you for replying.