If you have the idCAT Certificate and want to confirm that it works correctly, below you will find the tests you can perform:
Check that the idCAT Certificate is in the certificate store of the browser you use:
- Mozilla Firefox : Go to Tools >Settings>Privacy and Security>Certificates>Show certificates>Your certificates. You must search for "your name+DNI" under the grouping Consorci Administración Oberta de Catalunya.
- Google Chrome : Go to Settings >Privacy and security>Security>Manage certificates >Personal. You must search for "your name+ EC Citizenship".
- Safari : open the “Finder” menu and type the word “keyboards”, this will open the “keyboards” folder on your computer. In the subsection "My certificates" you have to look for "your name" and if you click on it "Clau de idcat.cat" should appear.
- Microsoft Edge: Go to Settings >Privacy>Security>Manage certificates>Certificates> Personal. You must search for "your name+ EC Citizenship".
If the idCAT does not appear in your browser, see how to find the idCAT Certificate file and how to install it.
To confirm that your idCAT is working correctly you can try to identify yourself on the website of a public administration or the Ens de Proves DEMO e-TRAM (the procedures carried out have no legal validity).
In this regard, access the Generic Instance from the "Start" button and select the "Digital Certificate" option:
If you can access correctly, your certificate is properly installed in the browser and is working properly.
You can try signing with your certificate through Signasuite by following the steps below:
You can check if your certificate is valid through Signasuite. You will need the idCAT public key file, in .cer or .crt format.
Once you have the file, you can validate it by accessing Signasuite and following the following steps:
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