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Importing a Code Signing Certificate into Firefox

Note: Starting June 1, 2021, GoDaddy will no longer issue or renew Code Signing or Driver Signing Certificates. If you already own a Code Signing or Driver Signing Certificate, you will be unable to rekey it after June 1, 2021. All certificates issued before June 1, 2021 will remain valid until they expire.

You can import code-signing certificates into Firefox.

To Import a Certificate into Firefox on a PC

  1. From the Tools menu, click Options.
  2. Click Certificates, and then click View Certificates and then click Import.
  3. Navigate to your SPC file and click OK. Ignore any warnings that may appear.

Your certificate is now visible in the Mozilla Firefox Certificate Manager.

To Import a Certificate into Firefox on a Mac

  1. From the Firefox menu, select Preferences.
  2. Go to the Certificates tab.
  3. Click View Certificates.
  4. Click Import...
  5. Navigate to your SPC file and click OK. Ignore any warnings that may appear.

Your certificate is now visible in the Mozilla Firefox Certificate Manager.