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2/27/17
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eirikur ingibergsson

howto export site ssl certificate

Hi it used to be possible to click on the padlock on any secure web page, select ssl information and acces the certificate export wizard to save a copy of the sites ssl certificate. Now after some recent chrome updates I cannot find this anymore. Has it been removed compeletely ?

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2/27/17
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Tina - Community Specialist
Hi Eirikur,

Thanks for posting on the Google Chrome Help Forum!

To the best of my knowledge, there isn't an option to download or to save a copy of the sites SSL certificate on Chrome. However, you can find 3 security statuses on the padlock to know if a site connection is secure:
  • Lock Secure
  • Info Info or Not secure
  • Warning Not secure or Dangerous
To find more information, please refer to this help article.

To see the site's details and permissions, click the icon. At the top of the panel, you'll see a summary of how private Chrome thinks the connection is. Under "Permissions," you'll see the permissions that have been allowed just for the website you’re on. 

Let me know if you have any more questions.

Best,
Tina
2/28/17
Original Poster
eirikur ingibergsson
Thank you for the reply Tina, and for confirming that this option is not available.
Are you aware that it was previously available ?
May I ask why it was removed ?

Now I have to use IE to achieve this but I would much rather use chrome :).

Rgds, Eirikur.

Rubén N
3/1/17
Rubén N
https://www.thesslstore.com/blog/how-to-view-ssl-certificate-details-in-chrome-56/

It's in developer options now (F12 in windows, then security tab).
3/1/17
Original Poster
eirikur ingibergsson
Thank you Rubén,
exactly what I was looking for.

Rgds, Eirikur.

 

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