If you have been experiencing a number of problems with Securly, you can learn how to disable it on Windows 10. In this article, we’ll cover the process for uninstalling the Chrome filtering extension and the Securly SSL certificate. It’s also possible to uninstall the service from BLOYD devices and iOS devices, as well.
Uninstalling Securly SSL certificate
If you want to remove Securly SSL certificate from your browser, you can do so from the Windows Control Panel. In order to uninstall this certificate, you must open the Control Panel and then choose “All Tasks” – “Import and export certificates.” Then, click “Export and Replace” and choose the Securly certificate from the list.
The first step is to locate the Securly certificate in your operating system. In Windows, open Microsoft Management Console and then right-click on the certificate and choose “Uninstall”. On iOS devices, open Settings > General > Profiles and delete the profile named Securly SSL from your device. In MacOS, you can find it in Keychain Access. If you cannot find the profile, delete it manually.
After locating the certificate, you can delete it from the certificate store. However, you need the serial number and common name of the certificate before performing the removal. Once you have the common name and serial number, you can copy them from the details tab of the certificate.
Uninstalling Securly Chrome Filtering Extension
If you’re having trouble uninstalling Securly Chrome filtering extension, you’ve come to the right place. The company’s FAQ page will answer any questions you might have. This extension blocks about a million categories of sites from being displayed on your browser. However, it’s important to note that removing the extension will not remove the filtering rules it created.
The first step to uninstall the extension is to make sure you’ve turned off the group policy that installed it. This group policy might be installed by the system administrator. This may be done to support a particular product or company policy. To remove the extension, you must exit Developer mode.
You should also make sure that you’ve deleted any personal email accounts that you may have created in Chrome. This is because Securly may prevent you from using them if you’re not logged in to your school email account. In addition, your Chrome features won’t be fully functional if you install this extension on your student’s Chromebook. However, you can still use it at home to monitor how they use technology at school.
Uninstalling Securly SSL certificate from iOS
If you’ve decided to uninstall the Securly SSL certificate from your iOS device, you have several options. First, open your device’s settings. Scroll to the Trusted Root Certificate Authorities section, which is located in the left pane. Click on the certificate, and select Remove. You can also find the certificate in the certificate folder.
If you can’t find it, you can delete it manually. You can also check the certificate’s name by going to Settings > Security > Certificates. Look for the red “X” symbol under the name. After you have found the certificate, tap on “Edit” and “Delete.”
Uninstalling Securly SSL certificate from BLOYD devices
There are two ways to uninstall the Securly SSL certificate on BLOYD devices. The first is to go into the Microsoft management console. In the left pane, you’ll find a folder named Trusted Root Certificate Authorities. Click on it and locate the Securly certificate. Alternatively, you can select the certificate and right-click it, and then choose “Delete”. This should remove the certificate from your MacOS.
After clicking on the certificate, you’ll be asked to enter the organizational name, domain name, and serial number of the device. You can also choose whether the certificate should be able to sign other certificates. The certificate’s details will be displayed in table four. Finally, enter a passphrase if necessary to protect the key pair. After completing the process, click on the Device Certificates icon to remove the certificate.