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Exporting (not copying) a digital certificate

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I wish to export, and not copy, a digital certificate so that I can import it to Keychain on my Mac. The only option in Firefox Browser on Mac is to copy, which means it only opens as a TextEdit and cannot be imported.

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I wish to '''export''', and not copy, a digital certificate so that I can import it to Keychain on my Mac. The only option in Firefox Browser on Mac is to '''copy''', which means it only opens as a TextEdit and cannot be imported. Any recommendations?

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Under which tab in the Certificate Manager do you see this certificate? Doesn't that tab have an 'Export' button ?

  • Settings -> Privacy & Security -> Certificates -> View Certificates

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Thanks for the reply. Nope, the options I have are View, Copy, Copy All, Import and Delete (translating from Spanish). There is no Export.

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In en-US it is called View, Backup, Backup All, Import, Delete. Backup would suggest that you can export/save the certificate, but I do not have such a certificate to test what happens.

The source code shows certdb.exportPKCS12File as the action, so that would suggest an export. Did you try this ?

See 'backupCerts' in the source code:

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