First you'll need to install the Mike Mestnik Root Certificate into your browser, this is a small bit of cryptographic data that allows you to verify other Certificates. It's vary much like the self-signed Certificates you may already be familiar with. Using a PKI(Public Key Infrastructure) instead of self-signed certs means that instead of authorizing every self signed Certificate individually a shortcut can be made, you may instead choose to trust a single root Certificate like ours. Your browser, mail client, and operating system come with a none trivial number of trusted root Certificates bundled with them. I know it sounds like I'm asking a lot for you to trust this Certificate and thus any Certificate it's signed or will sign, however it's my opinion that every piece of software you download may or may not have a root ca that it configured for your use. Thus installing this Certificate could vary well be considered less dangerous then installing software, at least this Certificate is not going to alter what your computer does. The Certificate will add another test to how your computer validates websites, it'll test for the Certificate presented being a Mike Mestnik signed Certificate.
You can verify the the Certificate you are about to install is indeed my Certificate because it will have the following fingerprint:
Then journey to our SSL enabled site. This site makes use of Facebook Login IDs<adove>.
Get started by submiting a CSR.