Entrust has five public root certificates available for free download to help developers get started securing their server.
|Certification Authority||Description||Certificate Thumbprint
|Entrust.net Secure Server Certification Authority||Legacy 1024-bit RSA root certificate which has been embedded in many applications that do not automatically update to newer root certificates.||99A6 9BE6 1AFE 886B 4D2B 8200 7CB8 54FC 317E 1539|
|Entrust.net Certification Authority (2048)||2048-bit RSA root certificate which supports SSL, S/MIME, Code Signing, Time-stamping, and Document Signing certificates.||5030 0609 1D97 D4F5 AE39 F7CB E792 7D7D 652D 3431|
|Entrust.Root Certification Authority||Trust anchor used for Extended Validation (EV) certificates.||B31E B1B7 40E3 6C84 02DA DC37 D44D F5D4 6749 52F9|
|Entrust Root Certification Authority - G2||Root certificate with a SHA-256 signature that may be used in future product releases.||8CF4 27FD 790C 3AD1 6606 8DE8 1E57 EFBB 9322 72D4|
|Entrust Root Certification Authority - EC1||Trust anchor used for Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) certificates.||20D8 0640 DF9B 25F5 1225 3A11 EAF7 598A EB14 B547|
|Entrust Root Certification Authority - G3||
Trust anchor for private trust certificates. This root certificate is not embedded in browsers or operating systems
Note: This root is for private trust and is not available for client applications to embed. The thumbprint is available to allow users to confirm receipt of a valid root.
|D569 AC36 9DE8 A417 6A99 85BD 0722 C263 6A1A C8CB|