If you are reading this page (and you didn't have to click through a certificate warning to do it), then your computer likely has the GoAgent root CA certificate installed. You should remove it because while you have it installed, anyone may sign certificates and impersonate any web site towards you.

The certificate you want to remove has the fingerprints

SHA1 Fingerprint=AB:70:2C:DF:18:EB:E8:B4:38:C5:28:69:CD:4A:5D:EF:48:B4:0E:33
MD5 Fingerprint=56:B1:20:86:1B:0A:B0:61:38:00:1B:C3:67:CF:0C:CC

How to remove the GoAgent certificate

In Firefox, open the preferences, then go to Advanced, Certificates, View Certificates, Authorities, and select “GoAgent CA” in the list. Click the “Delete or Distrust...” button, then click OK.

A screenshot of Firefox's Certificate Manager with the GoAgent CA highlighted.

On Ubuntu, delete the file /usr/local/share/ca-certificates/GoAgent.crt and run the command

update-ca-certificates --fresh

On Windows, refer to these instructions. Follow the instructions under “Adding certificates to the Trusted Root Certification Authorities store for a local computer”, but at step 8, right-click on “GoAgent CA” and select “Delete”.

A screenshot of the Microsoft Management Console in Windows 7 with with the GoAgent CA highlighted.

On Mac OS X, open the application called Keychain Access. Click the lock to unlock it and enter your password. In the side panel, select “System” and “Certificates”. Highlight “GoAgent CA” and press the delete key on the keyboard. Click the “Delete” button and enter your password again.

A screenshot of Keychain Access with with the GoAgent CA highlighted.