Once the certificate is pending delivery the steps to be followed by the Head of the Digital Certification Service and the T-CAT owner user are to deliver, download and install the T-CAT P.

The deadline for delivery of the T-CAT P is 30 calendar days from the date the certificate is pending delivery.

To receive the e-mail with the instructions to follow to download, the user holding the certificate must first sign the delivery note and define a password with the Service Manager.

Important: the user has 10 days to download the certificate, after which it will be automatically revoked for security reasons and the T-CAT P can only be downloaded once, so it is essential to download it to your computer. the titular user.

Here are the steps:

Download and install with Windows

Step 1.- Download the T-CAT P

To download the certificate, follow the instructions provided in the email by clicking on the link provided.

When the user clicks on the link, the application will ask:

Suspension code , which appears in the download email
The password that is set at the time the certificate is delivered
The captcha
Once done, click Submit .

The application informs the user that the process may take a few minutes. Click Start to begin the process.

The application will start generating the keys. After that, the following screens will be displayed:

Pressing "Save" will save the file to the location set for downloads. If, on the other hand, you press "Open", the certificate will be downloaded and installed in the browser used.

Step 2.- Installation of the T-CAT P

The user will find the file with the .p12 or .pfx extension downloaded to their computer, in the folder defined for the downloads.

The file in this format contains the certificate and Private Keys.

To install it, double-click on the file and then follow the steps in the wizard:

The password requested in the next step corresponds to the " suspension code":

OPTIONAL:

To be able to export (make a copy) of the certificate once it is installed in the browser and to be able to install it in other browsers or devices, select the option "Mark this key as exportable".

If you want to protect your T-CAT P with a user password, check "Enable secure private key protection".

If the latter option is enabled, the system will warn you each time an application needs to use the certificate's private key (identification or signature).

  • Once you have checked the option mentioned above, if you continue the wizard you will reach the "Finish" button and then you will see the following screen, where you must click on "Security level".

  • On the next screen, mark "Alt" and the wizard continues.

  • Finally, enter the code that you want to use for the certificate and Finish the import wizard. The certificate is already PIN protected! VERY IMPORTANT : Please enter a PIN that is easy to remember. If it is forgotten, it cannot be recovered, it would entail the revocation of the certificate.

Press "accept" and the T-CAT P will have been installed in the certificate repository and can now be used.

Download and install with MAC

Step 1.- Download the T-CAT P

To download the certificate, follow the instructions provided in the email by clicking on the link provided.

When the user clicks on the link, the application will ask:

Suspension code , which appears in the download email

The password that is set at the time the certificate is delivered

The captcha

Once you've completed the form, click Submit .

The application informs the user that the process may take a few minutes. Click Start to begin the process.

Once the download process is complete, the following screen will be displayed:

Step 2.- Installation of the T-CAT P

On the MAC, go to "Finder" in the "Downloads" folder and look for the file you just downloaded (your certificate) with a long number and extension ".pfx" or ".p12".

Click on the file and a screen like the one below will be displayed to enter the password (the password is the suspend code).

Once the installation is complete, go to "Keychains" in the "My Certificates" folder and find the installed certificate.

Download and install with LINUX

The download of the T-CAT P is independent of the operating system as it is a standard P12 / PFX file that can be installed on any operating system, browser and application (supporting the use of certificates), including Linux .

The point is, there is no central certificate store in Linux, as there is in MAC and Windows, so you have to go from application to application installing it; browser, mail, etc.

Browser: Can I use idCAT or T-CAT P on more than one computer or browser?

Can I use the T-CAT P on mobile devices?

Today, software certificates (eg T-CAT P) can be installed on these devices according to the instructions in the corresponding manual:

Check compatibility

The AOC Consortium works continuously to obtain the maximum recognition of its certificates as well as to guarantee their operation with the most used combinations of operating systems and computer programs (Internet browsers, office applications, etc.).

In the same vein, the analysis of the user profiles of the AOC Consortium certificates has made it possible to identify which of these combinations are most commonly used and to concentrate efforts on maintaining the compatibility of the AOC Consortium certificates with them.

The following tables show the different compatibility scenarios for the AOC Consortium certificates.

Compatible
Incompatible

Windows operating systems

Operating System Version T-CAT (SafeSign 3.0.124) T-CAT (SafeSign 3.0.76) T-CAT (SafeSign 3.0.40) Software (idCAT, T-CAT P)
Windows XP Professional (SP3)
Windows XP Embedded
Windows XP Tablet PC Edition
Windows 2003 Server (SP2)
Windows 2003 Server R2 (SP2)
Windows Vista Ultimate (SP2)
Windows Vista Business (SP2)
Windows Vista Enterprise (SP2)
Windows Vista Professional (SP1)
Windows 7 Ultimate (SP1)
Windows Server 2008 Enterprise SP2
Windows 8.1
Windows 10

Windows applications

Application T-CAT (SafeSign 3.0.124) T-CAT (SafeSign 3.0.76) T-CAT (SafeSign 3.0.40) Software (idCAT, T-CAT P)
Internet Explorer 8
Internet Explorer 9
Internet Explorer 10
Internet Explorer 11
Microsoft Outlook 2003
Microsoft Outlook 2007
Microsoft Outlook 2010
Microsoft Outlook 2013
Microsoft Outlook 2016
Mozilla Firefox up to 3.6
Mozilla Firefox 13.0.1
Mozilla Thunderbird up to 3.1
Mozilla Thunderbird 13.0.1
Adobe Reader X
Adobe Reader XI
Adobe Reader DC
Google Chrome 18.0, 21.X, 35.0, 49.0

Note: Internet Explorer 11 as of August 2021 Microsoft is no longer supporting and upgrading for this browser

MAC OS compatibility

Stage T-CAT (SafeSign 3.0) T-CAT (SafeSign 3.0.77) Software (idCAT, T-CAT P)
MAC OS X 10.5 / Mozilla Firefox 0.9.1 10.2 and 10.3
MAC OS X 10.5 / Mozilla Thunderbird 0.7.1 10.2 and 10.3
MAC OS X 10.6 - 10.8 / Mozilla Firefox 14.0.1 Pre-installed PKCS library # 11 Certificate installed in the application repository
MAC OS X 10.9-10.10 / Mozilla Firefox 14.0.1 Pre-installed PKCS library # 11 Certificate installed in the application repository
MAC OS X 10.6 - 10.8 / Mozilla Thunderbird 14.0 Pre-installed PKCS library # 11 Certificate installed in the application repository
MAC OS X 10.6 - 10.8 / Adobe Reader X Pre-installed PKCS library # 11 Certificate installed in the application repository
MAC OS X 10.9-10.10 / Adobe Reader X, XI, DC Pre-installed PKCS library # 11 Certificate installed in the application repository
MAC OS X 10.11 / Mozilla Firefox Certificate installed in the application repository
MAC OS X 10.11 / Mozilla Thunderbird Certificate installed in the application repository

LINUX compatibility

Stage T-CAT (SafeSign 3.0.77) Software (idCAT, T-CAT P)
Linux Ubuntu 12.0.4 / Mozilla Firefox 15.0 Pre-installed PKCS library # 11 Certificate installed in the application repository
Linux Ubuntu 14 - 16 / Mozilla Firefox 15.0 or higher Pre-installed PKCS library # 11 Certificate installed in the application repository
Linux Ubuntu 12.0.4 / Mozilla Thunderbird 15.0 Pre-installed PKCS library # 11 Certificate installed in the application repository
Linux Ubuntu 14 - 16 / Mozilla Thunderbird 15.0 or higher Pre-installed PKCS library # 11 Certificate installed in the application repository
Linux Ubuntu 12.0.4 / Adobe Reader 9 Pre-installed PKCS library # 11 Certificate installed in the application repository
Linux Ubuntu 14-16 / Adobe Reader 9 or Superior Pre-installed PKCS library # 11 Certificate installed in the application repository