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Certificates - Certificate Authority Managers - Builtin Object Tokens and Software Security Devices - some expired

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Hello,

There is a very long list of these that are associated with my account. I've imported my Firefox settings from computer to computer for at least twenty years. I may have made mistakes that caused me to pick up malware, and want to fix this, and some of these certificates have expired.

How do I know what to keep and what to either delete or edit trust regarding?

Is there any way to quickly and easily have all of them assessed at once?

Thanks very much!

Sally

Hello, There is a very long list of these that are associated with my account. I've imported my Firefox settings from computer to computer for at least twenty years. I may have made mistakes that caused me to pick up malware, and want to fix this, and some of these certificates have expired. How do I know what to keep and what to either delete or edit trust regarding? Is there any way to quickly and easily have all of them assessed at once? Thanks very much! Sally

Vybrané riešenie

Certificates that you see in the Authorities tab in the Certificate Manager are built-in root certificates or intermediate certificates that Firefox automatically caches for future use.

  • built-in root certificates show as "Builtin Object Token"
  • cached intermediate certificates show as "Software Security device"

The cached intermediate certificates are stored in an SQLite database named cert9.db (previously in cert8.db), so if you restored this file from an older profile backup then some of those certificates can have expired. You can possibly remove cert9.db to reset all intermediate certificates. Firefox 75+ versions have an Intermediate CA Preloading feature and download a full collection of intermediate certificates used by built-in CAs (/security_state/data.safe.bin).

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Vybrané riešenie

Certificates that you see in the Authorities tab in the Certificate Manager are built-in root certificates or intermediate certificates that Firefox automatically caches for future use.

  • built-in root certificates show as "Builtin Object Token"
  • cached intermediate certificates show as "Software Security device"

The cached intermediate certificates are stored in an SQLite database named cert9.db (previously in cert8.db), so if you restored this file from an older profile backup then some of those certificates can have expired. You can possibly remove cert9.db to reset all intermediate certificates. Firefox 75+ versions have an Intermediate CA Preloading feature and download a full collection of intermediate certificates used by built-in CAs (/security_state/data.safe.bin).

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