With just a few steps you can enable your Firefox, Cliqz or Seamonkey for eBlocker HTTPS. You can use eBlocker’s HTTPs-wizard or the device Dashboard to add eBlocker’s certificate. Here we show the process step-by-step using the Dashboard in the following instructions:
In the desired browser open the eBlocker the eBlocker Dashboard (using http://eblocker.box) and make sure the Dashboard tile HTTPS is visible. If it’s not shown, check the menu under the gear.
In the Dashboard tile “HTTPS support” click ADD CERTIFICATE:
Save the file (the certificate) to your browser’s download folder:
Open the browser preferences and scroll down to Privacy & Security and click the button “View Certificates”:
The Firefox certificate manager will pop up. Make sure to select the tab “Authorities” and click “Import” as shown:
Now select the just downloaded certificate from your download folder. In the following dialog make sure the first checkbox Trust this CA to identify websites is selected and click OK. Done: Your browser is enabled for eBlocker HTTPS.
Now this browser can use eBlocker HTTPS. The Dashboard tile will indicate the correct installation – after a few minutes. Please wait for a least two minutes as the test might take a while:
Important: These instructions also apply to the Android Firefox browser, but not for the iOS Firefox browser.
For adding the eBlocker certificate to Mozilla Thunderbird (e-mail client), follow the process above until you have saved the certificate. Then switch to Thunderbird and go to the Thunderbird Preferences. Follow the process as described above using the Thunderbird Preferences instead of Firefox preferences.
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