Configuring Microsoft Internet Explorer for MolGen Secured pages
The secured pages of the MolGen web site make use of certificates to encrypt them before transport over the Internet. This assures that the pages cannot be read when they are captured during their journey from the MolGen Web Server to your web browser. To allow your web browser to decipher you need to accept certificates that are issued by the MolGen Certificate Authority.
Since the MolGen Certificate Authority is unknown by your web browser, it warns you with a Security Alert when you enter the secured section of the MolGen Website. You can choose to trust the MolGen Certificate Authority by clicking Yes.
You can install the MolGen Certificate Authority certificate so that your web browser will always trust certificates issued by the MolGen Certificate Authority. The result is that your web browser will not give a Security Alert when entering the MolGen Secured Web pages (unless you choose to uninstall the MolGen Certificate Authority certificate).
Click here to download the MolGen Certificate Authority certificate, select Open this file from its current location and click OK.
The certificate viewer displays the certificate content. Click Install Certificate...
When the Certificate Manager Import Wizard starts, click Next.
Make sure the option Automatically select the Certificate Store based on the type of certificate is selected and click Next.
The Certificate Manager Import Wizard warns that a new root certificate is being installed. Confirm this action by clicking Yes.
Click OK to close the Certificate Viewer.
Your web browser is now configured to accept certificates issued by the MolGen Certificate Authority.