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The login window is located on a secured page with HTTPS. Therefore you must at FIRST import ONCE all the certificates from a certificate provider (CA) CAcert.org and our certificate in your browser. This steps are mandatory, because the certificates from our CA and our certificate are not listed in any browser's trusted CA store. The import of not trusted root and intermediate CA certificate must be checked against the provided digital fingerprints. After importing our certificate into your browser you see a lock in the browser's address bar.

To guarantee a secure login please open the instructions below in a separate window by clicking on the blinking lock located on the left side and check and import the first two certificates. Afterward click on the Login window teaser located on the right and check and import our certificate.


Instructions

To open this website in secure HTTPS mode you must at FIRST check and import ONCE the root-, intermediate and CMT server certificates from the certificate authority (CA) CAcert.org. This certificates can be directly checked and/or imported from the Internet. If the import of certificates has been executed properly, the lock in the browser's address bar is showed correctly (See images below). Alternatively you can check and/or import the three certificates in the order specified below.

Note: Please confirm the not trusted root-, intermediate- and CMT server certificates only AFTER checking the provided digital fingerprints!

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1. Check / Import CA Root certificate

Check CA root certificate:
The version is 3 and the current serial number is 00.

The digital fingerprints are valid until 29.03.2033 14:29 GMT:
SHA256: FF2A:65CF:F114:9C74:3010:1E0F:65A0:7EC1:9183:A3B6:33EF:4A65:1089:0DAD:1831:6B3A
SHA1:     135C:EC36:F49C:B8E9:3B1A:B270:CD80:8846:76CE:8F33
MD5:      A61B:375E:390D:9C36:54EE:BD20:3146:1F6B

Import CA root certificate››› CAroot.crt
This root certificate is the first file that must be installed from a browser certificate manager.The import must be done into the trusted CA store.

Note: Please click the above link!

 



2. Check / Import CA Intermediate certificate

Check CA Intermediate certificate:
The version is 3 and the current serial number is  0A:41:8A.

The digital fingerprints are valid until 20.05.2021 19.48 GMT:
SHA256: 4EDD:E9E5:5CA4:53B3:8888:7CAA:25D5:C5C5:BCCF:2891:D73B:8749:5808:293D:5FAC:83C8
SHA1:     AD7C:3F64:FC44:39FE:F4E9:0BE8:F47C:6CFA:8AAD:FDCE
MD5:      F725:1282:4E67:B5D0:8D92:B77C:0B86:7A42

Import CA Intermediate certificate››› CAchain.crt
This intermediate certificate is the second file that must be installed from a browser certificate manager.The import must be done into the intermediate CA store.

Note: Please click the above link!

 



3. Check / Import CMT Server certificate

Check CMT server certificate:
The version is 3 and the current serial number is 02:6C:5B.

The digital fingerprints are valid until 21.06.2017 12:24GMT:
SHA256: A147:A3EF:5719:61CB:F8B6:E851:AE37:B9BA:FDCD:E992:012B:3565:4AAB:C171:8111:5119
SHA1:     7997:1E82:0DE2:CCB7:5777:F75B:37FB:D132:4F3E:3908
MD5:      BAE4:4770:4FD3:3161:8CC3:A2B9:1E32:A41B

Import CMT server certificate
››› CMTcert.crt
This server certificate is the last file that must be installed from a browser certificate manager.
The import must be done into the server or personal store.

Note: Please click the login window!