WebMoney Keeper Light Registration
If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer, WebMoney Light registration and obtaining of a personal digital certificate take the following steps:
- Read and agree to terms and conditions of WebMoney Light agreement, provide contact information and choose a method to save your private key.
- Generate key pair (private and public key) on your computer, save your private key in a file (if you have chosen a PVK format).
- Request the WebMoney Keeper server to issue a certificate.
- Receive a reply from the server: a certificate in a CER file (a cetificate with the public key in the PKCS#7 standard).
- Save your personal digital certificate with the private key in the certificate store on your computer. If you have chosen PVK, you should save a certificate into a separate file.
Save Private Key into a PFX File
WebMoney Light registration and receipt of the private key in a PFX file take the following steps:
- Generation of key pair (private and public key) on your computer.
- Request to the WM Keeper certification server to create a certificate.
- Reply from the certification server and saving of a personal certificate (with the private key) in the certificate store on your computer.
- Export of the personal digital certificate into a separate file (your private key, public key and WM identifier will be saved in it).
To export your personal digital certificate, you should select Internet Options| Content| Certificates| Personal certificates. You then should select the certificate you have received <WM id> and click <Export>.
In this dialog box, you should select:
- Yes, export the private key.
- Personal Information Exchange - PKCS#12 (.PFX) (+Include all certificates in the certification path if possible; +Enable strong protection (requires IE 5.0, NT 4.0 5P4 or above); +Delete the private key if the export is successful)
- Password. Be sure that you remember your password. Once itís lost, it cannot be retrieved.
- Make backups of the PFX file on removable storage (floppies). Keep them and the password in a safe place.