Instructions for Opera
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Deleting old certificates
This section will help you to delete any old AUSSEC certificates. Caution: Please delete only certificates for AUSSEC, deleting any other certificates may cause problems with other sites and even possibly require the web browser to be reinstalled. If you are unsure about anything in this paragraph please ask or skip to Importing the new Certificate.
Edit the preferences: Tools -> Preferences
Go to the Advanced tab
Select the Security heading on the left navbar
Select Manage Certificates
On the Authorities tab highlight the AUSSEC CA entry and then Delete it
Select the Approved tab
Delete any Aussec server certificates (there may be none unless there were no Authorities certificates)
Select OK to close the Certificate Manager dialogue box
Select OK to close the Preferences dialogue box
Using your browser point it to http://www.aussec.com/cacert.
This will present a page similar to the one shown at left.
As of July 21, 2009, when the upgrade is complete, there will only be the new CA certificate shown. Until then, the old one and the new one are visible.
Select the PEM format.
Move the window titled "Install Certificate" to a convenient spot on the screen so that the SHA1 and the MD5 fingerprints on the page below are visible.
Caution: You need to "View" the Certificate before you proceed.
Select the View button, scroll down until the fingerprints become visible and compare the fingerprints. Deselect "Warn me before using this certificate". Close the dialogue box using the OK button at the bottom of the box.
If the fingerprints compared successfully it is safe to select Install. If the fingerprints did not compare successfully you must select Cancel, as this certificate may not belong to AUSSEC. Please advise AUSSEC immediately if this is the case.
Now you are ready to go back to reading your mail... Enjoy!