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Browser Compatibility of GeoTrust SSL Certificates

GeoTrust SSL Certificates are Recognized in 99% of All Browsers

Internet ExplorerInternet ExplorerFirefoxNetscapeAOLSafariOperaKonquerorMozilla SuiteWebTVPlay Station

Web Browsers
  • Google Chrome
  • Microsoft IE 5.01+
  • Netscape Communicator 4.51+
  • Mozilla Firefox 1.0+
  • Mozilla Suite 1.0+
  • AOL 5+
  • Opera 7+
  • Apple Safari 1.0+
  • Red Hat Linux Konqueror
  • Sony Playstation
  • Microsoft WebTV
Email Clients (S/Mime)
  • Microsoft Outlook 99+
  • Netscape Communicator 4.51+
  • Mozilla Thunderbird 1.0+
  • Qualcomm Eudora 6.2+
  • Lotus Notes
  • Mulberry EMail 3.1.6+
Micro Browsers/Mobile Devices
(wildcard certificates are not fully supported in all mobile devices)
  • Android***
  • Apple iPhone 2.0+
  • Windows Mobile 5 and 6**
  • Blackberry 4.0+
  • Netfront 3.0+
  • Opera 7.0+
  • Palm / Handspring Blazer 2.0+
  • Microsoft Windows CE 2003
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer Pocket PC 2003
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer Smartphone 2003
  • AT&T
  • Sony Playstation Portable
  • Sony Netjuke audio
  • Brew
  • Openwave
  • NTT Do Co Mo
  • Vodaphone

** Wildcard certificates can be used with Windows Mobile 6 powered devices.

*** Android versions 2.2 and below may require a cross root intermediate certificate which is freely available on request.

Browser recognition, or ubiquity, means that the GeoTrust root certificates are pre-installed on 99% of all browsers in use today, that's the industry's highest ubiquity rate.

Browser Pre-installed GeoTrust Roots

In Internet Explorer you will see the GeoTrust roots listed as Equifax OR GeoTrust Global CA. To see for yourself, in Internet Explorer, from the top menu, go to Tools > Internet Options then select the Content tab. In the Certificates section click the Certificate button and then select the Trusted Root Certification Authorities tab. Scroll down in the list to see the Equifax or GeoTrust Global CA root certificates pre-installed.

GeoTrust Equifax Roots Pre-installed in IE

How are GeoTrust and Equifax related?

GeoTrust was founded years ago by a few key people from Equifax Secure. In 2001 GeoTrust acquired Equifax Secure, which included the Equifax root certificates. Then in September of 2006 GeoTrust was acquired by VeriSign. Now, GeoTrust has become the world's second largest SSL provider.

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