((TutorialsHowto and HowToDocuments should be merged.))
GettingSupport - Mailing lists, IRC, email, etc.
TutorialsHowto - Tutorials and HowTOs
ImportRootCert - How can I trust CAcert´s root certificate?
Import CAcert root certificates on iOS (step-by-step)
Importing your backed-up certificate (PKCS#12, *.p12) into iOS: iOS is capable of importing a PKCS#12 just by opening it in safari. Make it, place it on a local computer and open it with your iOS device. It should install as a profile. Please note that you also need to install the SHA256 signed Class 1 root (http://svn.cacert.org/CAcert/SystemAdministration/signer/re-sign-2016/outputs/root_256.crt) to get it trusted.
User Accounts and Assurance Program
HowTO ChangeYourName - Change the User name in account.
HowTO ChangeDOB - Change your date of birth.
TrustedThirdParty - An information page for TTPs who are asked to do a verification
ClientCerts - All about your CAcert client certs.
BrowserClients - Getting the CAcert Root Cert into your browser
ServerCerts - For securing Websites, VPNs, etc.
CodesigningCert - This document covers CAcert code signing certificates. You can use CAcert code signing certificates to sign code and data using multiple technologies, including Sun Java code signing, Microsoft Authenticode (ActiveX controls, executables, DLL files), and Netscape Object Signing (Mozilla XPI packages for Firefox and Thunderbird).
Software/DeveloperNotes - Programming stuff for developers.
CustomBuilds - Custom building applications to include our root certificate
Software Tools (Third Party)
Mozilla Firefox (c) AddOn Cert Viewer Plus - Adds two options to the certificate viewer in Firefox or Thunderbird: an X.509 certificate can either be displayed in PEM format (Base64/RFC 1421, opens in a new window) or saved to a file (in PEM or DER format - and PKCS#7 provided that the respective patch has been applied - cf.