Testing certificates are only used to test the technical properties of the certificate. It can not be used as a replacement for a full-fledged certificate because, due to the method of issuing these certificates, I.CA does not guarantee the accuracy of the items listed there.

Testing certificates are not published on the Public Certificates List and are not issued with Certification Policy. I.CA assumes no liability for any damages associated with the use of this type of certificate.

Obtaining of Testing commercial certificate

To ensure the functionality of the test certificate, it is always necessary to install the appropriate test root certificate. To install all current I.CA root test certificates, run I.CA RootMan .

Once the online application is submitted, the test certificate is automatically issued and sent to the applicant's e-mail. After you run the request generator, your PC and browser settings are first checked. Next, choose what type of certificates you want to test.

If you have a problem with online generators, you can use the offline version of I.CA NewCert  to send the generated request to test@ica.cz.

Below, you can request for a test commercial certificate. Select the type of commercial certificate you want to test and follow the instructions in the wizard.

Request for a test commercial cert.
Request a test technological cert.
Request for test system certificate

If you have already created a certificate request using your PEM (PKCS # 10) resource, you can paste it into a prepared window of the online form below and follow the instructions in the wizard.

Request for test system certificate

For issued testing certificates, it is then possible to request their revocation using the following form:

Revocation of a Testing Certifikate

 

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