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Root certificates are issued by the I.CA Certification Authority itself. After installation on a PC, a root certificate is included in Trusted Root Certification Authorities and allows subsequent automated verification of client certificate issued by I.CA in the system.


You can install all the current I.CA root certificates by executing the file I.CA RootMan.



Below you can choose the installation of a particular root certificate. 

Non-hierarchical structure of I.CA
Hierarchical structure of I.CA
From 1.7. 2017 commercial and qualified
certificates are not issued in the non-hierarchical structure.
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CA for commercial services
CA for commercial services
CA for qualified services
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7/16/2019 I.CA starts issuing certificates using elliptic curve cryptography (ECC)
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3/27/2019 I.CA became a member of the OBE QTSP Working Group
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12/10/2018 Issuing of a Qualified Web Authentication Certificate
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