CA Trust Page for Mozilla Firefox

Windows users have 2 possible methods for trusting the ORC ECA. They can use the DoD’s InstallRoot tool or they can use the manual method. The DoD InstallRoot tool is the recommended method. If run correctly, it trusts the DoD PKI and the [DoD] ECA PKI (which includes the ORC ECA) and sets up that trust in the manner preferred by the DoD in Windows, Mozilla (Firefox) applications, and Java certificate store.
You can find instructions on downloading and running the tool here: https://eca.orc.com/wp-content/uploads/ECA_Docs/Trusting_DoD_PKIs.pdf</>.
If you run the InstallRoot tool according to our instructions, you do not need to use the manual method below.
First you will install and trust the ROOT certificates.

Download/install/trust the certificates below by clicking on the yellow “Click Here” buttons. 

In the “Downloading Certificate” dialog box, check both boxes and press OK.

Download the ECA Root CA 4 Certificate Authority

Download ECA Root CA 4

Download the ECA Root CA 2 Certificate Authority

Download ECA Root 2

Screenshot of dialog box

For each ROOT certificate authority, check both boxes and click OK.
Older version of Firefox may show 3 checkboxes; check all.

Now you will install the Intermediate Certificate Authority (CA) certificates.

Download/install the certificates below by clicking on the yellow “Click Here” buttons.

In the “Downloading Certificate” dialog box press OK.

Download the ORC ECA 6 Certificate Authority Download ECA 6
Download the WIDEPOINT ORC ECA 7 Certificate Authority Download ECA 7
Screenshot of dialog box

For each certificate authority, leave the check boxes unchecked and click OK.