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Linux-Import copy of the certificate in Mozilla Firefox
To import a certificate in Firefox, you need to have the copy done with a password, since to install it in this browser it is mandatory to enter the "backup password."
Go to "Editar," Preferences. "
In "Privacy and security," Security, "Certificates," click "See certificates."
In the tab "Your certificates," click on "Import..."
The extension of a valid copy of an electronic certificate is .pfx or. p12. Select it from the location where it is saved and click "Open."
The browser may request to enter the master password (it is the password of the Mozilla Firefox certificate store and it does not have a set). If there are no established ones, they can be left blank. If no message appears on the master password, go ahead.
A new window will ask for the password that was set to encrypt the backup copy. Once indicated, click "Accept."
If everything is correct, the message "Your security certificate (s) and private password (s) have been successfully restored."
The certificate will appear in the tab "Your certificates." Check the certificate name and expiry date.