From the moment a certificate is revoked, both the original certificate and any copies that may have been made will no longer be valid and can no longer be used.

If you want to permanently cancel your idCAT Certificate or, as the holder thereof, you suspect or are certain that a third party has access to your certificate (you have lost it or it has been stolen) it is necessary to revoke it . Revocation implies the total disqualification and permanent annulment of the certificate and any copy thereof.

You can revoke a idCAT Certificate online from home or in person at a Registry entity:

from home

Access the www.idcat.cat page in the "Revocation" section:

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Fill in the data requested by the form and click on "Certificate revocation":

Note: If you do not remember the Management Code (Password) you can recover it using the link at the bottom of the page or directly through the following link to resend the management code .

A message will appear on the next screen indicating that your revocation request has been successfully completed.

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If you need to obtain a new idCAT certificate you can do so from any idCAT Registration Entity, you will find the steps in Request for the idCAT Certificate .

Once the certificate has been revoked, as it can no longer be used, we recommend that you uninstall it from all browsers and devices where you have it installed.

From the Registration Entity idCAT

You can revoke the idCAT Certificate at any idCAT Registration Entity.

If you need to obtain a new idCAT Certificate, you can request it from the same Registration Entity.

Once the certificate has been revoked, as it can no longer be used, we recommend that you uninstall it from all browsers and devices where you have it installed.

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