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Installing the CITI Proxy Certificate

To access secure (https) sites from within the Church of Ireland Theological Institute network, you will need to install the Cyberoam Certificate.

Download the current certificate – Cyberoam_SSL_CA.pem (right click and save as), then follow the Install Process below.

Alternatively you can download the file from the Cyberoam website:

  1. Browse to http://download.cyberoam.com/Cyberoam_ssl_ca.rar.   
  2. Save the file – Cyberoam_ssl_ca.rar
  3. Rar file contains just one file – Cyberoam_SSL_CA.pem. Extract and save “Cyberoam_SSL_CA.pem” from the rar file before importing into browser.
    (.rar files may be extracted using software such as 7zip www.7-zip.org)

Install Process Part 1

Internet Explorer

  1. Click Tools > Internet Options > Content tab > Certificate button > Trusted Root Certification Authorities tab
  2. Click the Import button.
  3. It opens Certificate Import Wizard. Click Next. Click browse to select the certificate file you saved to your computer. To see the file, you will need to change ‘Files of Type’ to ‘All files (*.*)
  4. Choose the file. Click Next, Next and Finish.
  5. Click Yes to the Security Warning.
  6. Click OK to ‘This import was successful’.
  7. Click Close.  
  8. Click on Advanced tab.
  9. Scroll to the end of the settings box.
  10. Uncheck “Warn about certificate address mismatch”.
  11. Click OK.
  12. Restart Internet Explorer for changes to take effect.

Importing the certificate in Internet Explorer will update Chrome  and iTunes automatically.


  1. Click Tools > Options > Advanced > Encryption tab. 
  2. Click View Certificate > Authorities tab
  3. Click Import button
  4. Browse to and Select the certificate file you saved to your computer and click Open. 
  5. In the Downloading Certificate window, select “Trust this CA to identify web sites” and click OK.
  6. Click OK twice. 


  1. Adding certificates to a keychain
  2. Drag the certificate file onto the Keychain Access icon or double–click the certificate file.
  3. Choose a keychain (X509 Anchors) from the pop–up menu
  4. Click OK.
  5. You can also add a certificate to a keychain by choosing:
    File > Import.

Install Process Part 2 (Windows)

Windows based machines may need to install CA certificate in the local machine’s Trusted Root Authority container

  1. Open the Microsoft Management Console by typing “MMC” in the run box (Start>Run>”MMC”)
  2. Add the certificates Snap–in by selecting FILE>ADD/REMOVE SNAP–IN
  3. Choose the Add button and double–click “Certificates” from the list.
  4. Select the “Computer Account” radio button, click Next.
  5. Click Finish and close the list of snap–ins.
  6. Click OK to add the certificates snap–in, which should now be visible in the Add/Remove Snap–ins window.
  7. Expand the list of certificate containers, right click “Trusted Root Authorities” and choose All Tasks>Import.
     “Certificate Import Wizard” will be opened. Browse to the Cyberoam_SSL_CA.pem certificate file you downloaded earlier.
  8.  Click Next and import it into the “Trusted Root Certification Authorities” Certificate store.
  9. Click Next and Finish to complete the Import Wizard.