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Meta: certificate advice for macOS (Chrome/Safari) #10486

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For Firefox, go to about:preferences and search for "certificates".
For browsers that use the Certificate Authorities of the underlying OS, such as Chrome and Safari,
you need to adjust the OS. For macOS, go to Keychain Access and add the certificate under System.

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Is there any reason why it needs to be under the System keychain? Can it be under the login keychain?

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Ah, yes it can.

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