Downloading and installing a Code Signing Certificate using Fortify
- You will need a SafeNet USB Token. This will be mailed to you when you place your order.
- Download and install SafeNet Authentication Client (Note: for renewals the SafeNet drivers do not need to be reinstalled).
- When plugging in the token the first time you will be prompted to enter the token password. The default token password is 1234567890 (Can be changed later on).
- Download and install the Fortify app
Download and installing
Once your order has been vetted by the TRUSTZONE Vetting Team you will receive a pickup-email with a link to download your certificate.
Click the link to initiate the certificate generation process. You will then be prompted for the pickup password which was set when the order was placed. If the order was placed by TRUSTZONE on your behalf please contact the Support Team (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the password.
You will then be prompted by Fortify to allow access to the token. The number in the Fortify pop-up should correspond to the number shown on the website. Click “Approve” to allow the access.
NB: If neither the Fortify app or the “Approve” option pops up, configure your browsers permission settings or try using a different browser.
If you are requested to insert your token by the website. Please plug in your token or pull the token out and reinsert it again.
The CSR details will then be presented. Please ensure that all the information is correct and notify the TRUSTZONE Support Team if any changes needs to be made. Click “Create” to go to the next step.
You will then get a prompt by Fortify to enter your token password. Click “Ok”
Then on the “Install Certificate” screen select the correct token (SafeNet eToken 5110cc) and click on “Start”
Your browser will then display a prompt if the certificate installation has been successful.
Your certificate is now ready to be used!
NOTE: Despite the certificate being visible in the SafeNet Client, signing may initially fail. If this happens, simply unplug and replug your token before signing.