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Last Modified : 06/04/2018

GeoTrust Intermediate and Root CA Certificates

Description


 

GeoTrust uses an Intermediate CAs to enhance the security of SSL certificates. When installing a GeoTrust SSL certificate, it is essential to install the correct Intermediate CA at the same time as the SSL certificate. This ensures that the SSL certificate is fully trusted by all browsers and client computers which prevents errors from appearing when users visit a secure website.

The following tables list GeoTrust products with links to the relevant Intermediate CA certificate. Once your SSL certificate is installed, please use the SSL Certificate Installation Checker to ensure a problem-free SSL certificate experience for you and your users.

 

GeoTrust Intermediate & Root CA Certificates for SSL

Note: If you your certificates were enrolled:

  · on or before November 21st, 2017 for certificates issued through GeoTrust Security Center or
  · on or before December 1st, 2017 for certificates issued through GeoTrust Security Center Enterprise or
  · on or before November 28th, 2017 for certificates issued through Partner orders

.. click the Legacy tab for your corresponding Intermediate and Root certificates.

For certificates enrolled after these dates, please use the chart below.
 

RSA SHA-2   Legacy  
SHA-2 Intermediate CAs (under SHA-1 Root)
Certificate Type Intermediate CA Root
· True Business ID with Extended Validation (EV) View     Download View     Download
· True Business ID
· True Business ID Wildcard
· QuickSSL Premium
· QuickSSL Premium Wildcard
View     Download View     Download
SHA-2 Intermediate CAs (under SHA-2 Root)
Certificate Type Intermediate CA Root
· True Business ID with Extended Validation (EV)
· True Business ID
· True Business ID Wildcard
· QuickSSL Premium
· QuickSSL Premium Wildcard
View     Download View     Download