What You Need to Know
Mozilla removed support for the non-standard (keygen) HTML element and HTMLKeygenElement DOM interface in Firefox 69. This aligns with the trend following other leading browsers:
- Google Chrome removed support for this public key generator functionality in Chrome 57, shipped in March 2017.
- The functionality was never implemented in Microsoft Edge.
This change does not affect active code signing certificates. They can be used until they expire.
When you generate the CSR for a code signing certificate, use Microsoft Internet Explorer or Apple Safari.
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