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Client SSL Certificate Support

Reported by, Sep 3 2008

Issue description

Product Version      : <see about:version>
URLs (if applicable) : (many, requires specific authorization though)
Other browsers tested:
Add OK or FAIL after other browsers where you have tested this issue:
     Safari 3: OK
    Firefox 3: OK
         IE 7: OK

What steps will reproduce the problem?
Go to a https website that requires ssl client certificate authentication

What is the expected result?
Browser should use the certificate store (PKCS#11, or other means) to complete the SSL 
handshake with a certificate requested by the server.

What happens instead?

SSH handshake fails

Please provide any additional information below. Attach a screenshot if possible.
PKCS#11 support (like firefox) would be an easy start for a client certificate store. More advanced 
support would be OS-specific (like Apple's Key Chain, etc) but would provide the user with a consistent interface between applications. 
Showing comments 38 - 137 of 137 Older
 Issue 9556  has been merged into this issue.

Comment 39 by, Apr 3 2009

 Issue 600  has been merged into this issue.

Comment 40 by, Apr 3 2009

 Issue 4041  has been merged into this issue.

Comment 41 by, Apr 3 2009

Labels: JonMoved Mstone-2.1
Moving from milestone 2 to milestone 2.1
I've been a fanatic Chrome user ever since it was launched, and would love to use it 
as my default browser. However, since I'm an SAP consultant, this is impossible as 
long as the certificate issue isn't solved, because I can't use the common SAP sites 
(mainly As so many other users I have one question: *WHEN* 
will this issue be solved?!?

Comment 43 by, Apr 24 2009

Have been using Chrome for almost a year now, but still has to revert to IE or Firefox 
to login into all of MIT sites which require a special client certificate.

Comment 44 by, Apr 25 2009

Labels: os-win7

Comment 45 by, Apr 25 2009

Labels: -os-win7 OS-All

Comment 46 by Deleted ...@, Apr 30 2009


Wondering if there is an expected resolution  date for this? Just found the same
error on Chrome browsing to a website which requires Client Certificate


Wasn't expecting this, as it looks to use MS CAPI Certificate stores under the covers... 

Thanks & keep up the good work!

Comment 47 by, May 1 2009

Labels: -Type-Bug Type-Feature
I will be working on this issue in May and June.  I
plan to start next week or the week after.

Comment 48 by, May 1 2009

Same issue; IE/FF works fine. Is there a resolution to this yet? 

The webpage at might be temporarily down or it may have 
moved permanently to a new web address.

  More information on this error
Below is the original error message

Error 110 (net::ERR_SSL_CLIENT_AUTH_CERT_NEEDED): Unknown error.

both SDN & SMP sites work fine on Chrome Beta
I jumped on the Beta-train and Roshan is right: the sites *are* working in the version 
However, I'm still not able to install a Single Sign-On certificate for the SMP. It 
seems Chrome isn't recognizing the certificate that's already installed (via IE), but 
also doesn't handle the installation of a new SSO install request properly. It keeps 
stating that the wrong password is entered when you apply for an SSO certificate on SMP 
I'm on and sites that require client ssl certs are not working. What do you 
mean by SDN & SMP sites?
Hi Robert,

we're talking about the sites (referred to as SMP (the "SAP 
Service Marketplace")) and (referred to as SDN ("SAP 
Developer Network")). Both sites use the same Single Sign-On certificate and 
experience(d) the same issue.

Seems like I have to use other browser for SAP Portal.

Error 110 (net::ERR_SSL_CLIENT_AUTH_CERT_NEEDED): Unknown error.

I tried Option > Manage Certificate > Advance > and then tick both Server & Client 
boxes .. still not working.

HTTPS is working ( tested with )

And another HTTPS authentication ( dunno how ) for MSDN ( Microsoft dotnet Passport ) 
Login was working ( via https )

Comment 54 Deleted

Labels: -jonmoved
Labels: -mstone-2.1 mstone-3

Comment 57 by, May 23 2009

Why moved for mstone3? You are losing many corporate clients!
This is major issue in our country. We use client certificates for government (taxes,
registrations, ...), online banking, colleges, stock market investments, ... And that
use ordinal people not just corporate users. In Slovenia we have government official
CAs, that are issuing certificates for free to each person, so there is basically a
requirement when doing anything officially online.

I suggest promoting this issue to a bug (not feature) due to not completely
supporting SSL standard.

There are users that are contacting us regarding Chrome support, and we would like to
at least give them some kind of more official date regarding this bug in Chrome.

Comment 59 by, May 23 2009

Status: Started
The mstone-2.1 to mstone-3 change is just a renaming of the
same milestone.  Sorry about the confusion.

My work on this issue was delayed by other work.  I just started
working on this issue on Thursday.

Note: certificate enrollment will not be supported at first.
I will open a separate issue for certificate enrollment.  Until
we implement certificate enrollment, you will need to use IE to
get a certificate from a CA.

Comment 60 by, May 25 2009

I would love to make Chrome my default browser but just can't because my company is 
using client certificates quite extensively.
@ matej.spiller : don't think your country is the only one. I belive it's the same 
for any country if it comes up to online banking, stock market, taxes etc. etc.

On the other hand you are totally right, this should not have a "feature" tag but it 
should be clearly a BUG. Especially, as you can already access the certs via the 
Options settings. Client SSL certificates have become extremely important. It's part 
of the WWW day to day business. Also for the very same reason, I cannot use Chrome 
internally (we are one of the major IT companies in the world) because a lot of the 
intranet is secured via client certs.

Many thanks to get this working as soon as possible. Beside that: Chrome rocks !

Comment 62 by, May 30 2009

Because of my other work, I only got to work on
this for one day this week.  I wrote the absolute
minimum code to get SSL client auth working in
the basic case, without SSL renegotiation.

This is just a quick-and-dirty prototype.  It's
still a long way from production code done properly.

Jay, the interface between the network stack and
UI is the two new methods in url_request.h.  The
SSLCertRequestInfo object will contain a list of
CAs (the issuer list).  You need to write code to
present the client certs issued by those CAs for
the user to select one, and call ContinueWithCertificate
with the selected client cert.  The UI code you
need is in, the method
in Patch Set 1.
Please keep in mind that not all servers present a list of acceptable CA's and yet still require a client certificate. I 
consider these servers buggy myself, but in these instances all available certs with private keys and the right key 
usage extensions should be presented to the user.

Comment 64 Deleted

Comment 65 by, Jun 1 2009

Labels: -mstone-3 Mstone-4
Labels: Mstone-1.2 NewHTTP
Labels: Mstone-2.0
Labels: JonMoved Mstone-2.1
Labels: -mstone-2.1 mstone-3
Labels: -mstone-3 Mstone-4

& so on & so on?

Comment 67 by Deleted ...@, Jun 2 2009

Since Chrome currently appears to be making use of the Windows certificate store,
will it keep making use of it after this issue is fixed, or will Google Chrome have
its own proprietary certificate store?

Comment 68 Deleted

Comment 69 by, Jun 5 2009

slushpupie: thanks for the reminder on handling an empty list of acceptable
CAs properly.  I checked the TLS 1.0 RFC, and it doesn't say what an empty
certificate_authorities list means.  I then checked the Firefox source code,
and it indeed does what you suggested -- an empty list of acceptable CAs
means all suitable certs, issued by any CA, should be presented to the user:
2614,2619,2623-2625#2602 Chromium will continue to use the Windows
certificate store.
wtc:  It looks like on the Mac side since you are using the Security.framework stuff, it would be about as much 
work getting client certs working there as on Windows (thats not to say its horribly easy, but at least not too 
hard).  Are you able to work on the Mac piece too? 

Comment 71 by, Jun 5 2009

slushpupie: I or a Mac Chromium developer will work on the Mac piece,
after getting client certs working on Windows.  Some of the code I'm
writing for Windows will be used by all platforms.

I should open three bugs (one each for Linux, Mac, and Windows) to make
this obvious.

Comment 72 by Deleted ...@, Jun 10 2009

Please, please hurry up with this issue! It is top priority for many users!
The following revision refers to this bug: 

r18322 | | 2009-06-12 14:45:11 -0700 (Fri, 12 Jun 2009) | 13 lines
Changed paths:

Specify new methods for supporting SSL client authentication.
See the changes to url_request.h and ssl_cert_request_info.h.

They are similar to the methods for handling SSL certificate
errors and HTTP authentication.

The handling of servers that request but don't require SSL
client authentication is reimplemented using the new methods.

Review URL:

Comment 74 Deleted

The following revision refers to this bug: 

r18735 | | 2009-06-18 12:38:58 -0700 (Thu, 18 Jun 2009) | 9 lines
Changed paths:

Add a simple cache of certificates for SSL client authentication.
It is based on FtpAuthCache and will be used in similar ways.  The
the only difference is that the authentication data is a certificate
rather than username and password.

TEST=new unit tests.
Review URL:

The following revision refers to this bug: 

r18819 | | 2009-06-19 10:00:02 -0700 (Fri, 19 Jun 2009) | 13 lines
Changed paths:

Add a temporary command-line switch --auto-ssl-client-auth for
automatically selecting a client certificate when an SSL server
requests client authentication.

This switch will be removed when we implement client certificate
selection UI.

Also fix some nits.

Review URL:

The following revision refers to this bug: 

r18841 | | 2009-06-19 12:57:01 -0700 (Fri, 19 Jun 2009) | 13 lines
Changed paths:

Implement the backend of SSL client authentication for

Create Schannel SSPI CredHandles with certificates for
SSL client authentication.

Remember the client certificates that the user selected
so that we don't ask the user again and again.

Review URL:

Comment 78 by Deleted ...@, Jun 19 2009 wrote:
"Remember the client certificates that the user selected so that we don't ask the
user again and again."

Please make this feature optional. Some people have multiple certificates in their
certificate store and may need 1 certificate for 1 website, and another certificate
for yet another website.

Comment 79 by, Jun 19 2009

It does exactly what you want.  Here is a precise description: when
the user selects a client certificate for a website, Chromium remembers
that decision and will select that certificate automatically when the
user returns to that particular website in the same browsing session.
Is/will there be a way to select a different cert within the same session? As an example, my smartcard has 3 certs 
on it.  If I accidentally select the wrong one the first time, and am not given proper access, it would be nice to 
switch to the correct one.  Also when doing development I like to test my site as a different "pretend" user with a 

Comment 81 by, Jun 19 2009

You can now download a build and test the new SSL client authentication code.
There is no UI yet, and you need to specify a command-line option to enable
this feature.  The instructions are in the "Status" section in:

slushpupie: If the server rejects the client cert you selected, Chromium will
forget that cert and ask you to select a cert again next time.  So you can
switch from an incorrect cert to the correct one.

However, you won't be able to switch between two correct certs without restarting
Chromium.  An easy workaround is to run a seperate instance of Chromium using
the --user-data-dir command-line option.

Comment 82 by Deleted ...@, Jun 19 2009

So say I have 1 certificate for authentication purposes, and 1 certificate for
signing purposes (which is a common practice in governmental PKI's). 
I need to authenticate with 1 certificate to get into a protected site, and then need
to verify something by signing online using my second certificate, the website would
state that my currently used certificate cannot be used, so will Chrome then offer
the option to select another certificate for this purpose within the same browser
Otherwise in this case opening another sessions of Chrome would not work.
The following revision refers to this bug: 

r18879 | | 2009-06-19 17:03:29 -0700 (Fri, 19 Jun 2009) | 9 lines
Changed paths:

Don't put CredHandleClass in std::map directly because
std::map may copy an entry to a new address while resizing,
which invokes the destructor on the old entry and invalidates
its address.

Review URL:

Comment 84 by, Jun 20 2009

When you "sign online" using your signing/non-repudiation certificate,
you're not doing SSL client authentication.  Perhaps I misunderstood
what you meant by signing online.

If the website rejects a certificate, Chromium will ask the user to
select a certificate when you go back to that website.
Finnaly! I tested the function in Chromium and it works great. Now only the UI remains 
to be implemented! In wich dev build is this funcion going to be included?

Comment 86 by, Jun 21 2009

miran.merljak: thanks a lot for testing --auto-ssl-client-auth.  This command-line
option will be in the Dev channel release next week (the week of 2009-06-26).  We
have weekly Dev channel releases.  Any code checked in before Monday morning will be
included in the Dev channel release that week.

Comment 87 by, Jun 21 2009

Thanks a lot ! It works fine, still can't choose if I had various valid certificates 
but It authenticate without problem. Finally I can use Chrome as my default browser.

Comment 88 Deleted

Comment 90 by, Jun 22 2009

jcampan: I emailed you the sample code for using
CryptUIDlgSelectCertificateFromStore.  There is another function
named CryptUIDlgSelectCertificate.  I don't think
CryptUIDlgSelectCertificate offers any advantage over
CryptUIDlgSelectCertificateFromStore.  If you want to try
CryptUIDlgSelectCertificate, you'll need the code in the
attached file because that function and the associated
in any header file for some reason.

For completeness, I just found the CertSelectCertificate
function.  But it seems inconvenient to use (need to call
LoadLibrary and GetProcAddress).
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The following revision refers to this bug: 

r19029 | | 2009-06-23 10:06:42 -0700 (Tue, 23 Jun 2009) | 6 lines
Changed paths:

Define the == operator for X509Certificate::Fingerprint.

Review URL:

The following revision refers to this bug: 

r19056 | | 2009-06-23 14:03:42 -0700 (Tue, 23 Jun 2009) | 7 lines
Changed paths:

Following the style guide, replace the overloaded operator==
with the Equals method.

Review URL:

Comment 93 by, Jun 24 2009

The --auto-ssl-client-auth command-line option is in the Dev
channel update for Windows.
I tried it in the dev release but it doesn't seem to work. Too bad, I was 
really hoping for this release to enable the SSL functionality!

Comment 95 by, Jun 24 2009

miran.merljak: I just tried the dev release with this command line:

  chrome.exe --auto-ssl-client-auth

It works for me.  Did you add the --auto-ssl-client-auth command-line option?

Typing "about:version" in the location bar shows this version:

  Google Chrome (Official Build 19007)

Comment 96 Deleted

Comment 97 Deleted

The following revision refers to this bug: 

r19456 | | 2009-06-26 22:11:41 -0700 (Fri, 26 Jun 2009) | 2 lines
Changed paths:

A first implementation of the SSL client auth UI.This uses the Windows API that prompts the user for a cert.R=wtcBUG= a site that requires client auth. A dialog to select a certificate should be shown. Try selecting no cert. Try again this time select a cert.
Review URL:

Status: Fixed
First version of the client auth UI implemented.

Comment 100 by, Jun 27 2009

It work's!!. I tried with SAP Marketplace site. Select no cert, no access. Close tab
and open new one, this time, select one certificate and log on without problem. Close
the tab open another, pick up a different certificate and It works perfect!!. I'm not
a power tester but this works fine for me.
Thanks a lot an keep the good work!
Great job!
When can we expect a release?
Next Dev Release will be with this GUI...
Yay, finally client certs on Chrome!

I can now uninstall FF. ;)
I'm using the "dev channel" release:

Google Chrome (Official Build 20299)
WebKit	531.3
User Agent	Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; en-US) AppleWebKit/531.3 
(KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/ Safari/531.3

And it's working for me without using a command-line argument.
193.0 is that Dev Release (see 2 post upper)

Comment 107 by, Jul 15 2009

Labels: -OS-All OS-Windows
Although not mentioned in the release notes, is the first
Dev channel release that has jcampan's SSL client auth UI:

The remaining work is tracked in the following three bugs:
-  issue 16830 : Linux implementation.
-  issue 16831 : Mac implementation.
-  issue 148 : certificate enrollment.
I am on the Beta channel and just got version I am now able to successfully 
use client side certificate authentication for the University of Virginia "Netbadge" 
system. WOOT! unstarring :)
Same or similar issue for me.  Connecting to an Apache 2.0 site that has

SSLVerifyClient optional
SSLVerifyDepth  10

gave Error 2 (net::ERR_FAILED)

After reading this issue, I changed it to

SSLVerifyClient none
SSLVerifyDepth  10

and now it works.

Same issue?

Problem was occurring for me on 2.0.latest and from the beta channel.

Comment 110 by, Aug 27 2009 thanks for the bug report.  Could you
please open a new bug report for your problem with the
Apache 2.0 site?  Note: 2.0.latest doesn't support SSL
client authentication, so please test only a Beta channel
or Dev channel release.
Wow, I starred this issue ages ago (when unable to connect to my bank service) - now I 
got a "heads up" that it's dev-released. Haven't been able to try it yet but thanks for 
an impressive effort, keep it up!

Comment 112 by Deleted ...@, Sep 4 2009

Still can't open any SAP-note with Chrome

error 107 (net::ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR)

Comment 113 by, Sep 5 2009

 Issue 20499  has been merged into this issue.

Comment 114 by, Sep 5 2009 still does not find my client 
certificate. If a valid client cert. is found I get redirected to: (works 
in Firefox and IE)
This doesn't happen in either 3.0195.6 or instead I'm redirected to a 
page[1] that asks me to download a cert (which also fails but that is probably 
another problem).


I use as openID provider, and the issue is also 
reproducible there (I've generated both Firefox's PKCS#11 certificate and regular IE 
certificate, both are working). Something I like about Firefox over IE is that it will 
ask you the first time about which certificate you want to use (in case you have many, 
or in case you don't want to authenticate for some reason): IE will just use the 
certificate you've generated for that site, without asking you (at least this is the 
default behavior).

Comment 116 by, Sep 19 2009

marcelo.dacruz: if I create an account at,
will I be able to reproduce the problem?  If you could provide specific
steps to reproduce the problem, I'd appreciate it.

jonelf: I guess it'd be hard for me to get an account at Skandia bank.
Hopefully the underlying problem is the same as the problem with

anton.dyakov: Is there a public accessible URL for SAP-note?  Can I
(as an individual) get an account for SAP-note?
wtc: There is a catch --> I'm not sure whether PIP is identifying the browsers and disabling the functionality if you don't have one of the supported browsers. The 
problem is that once you generate a certificate for one of your browsers (let say, Firefox), you won't be able to login to your account with Chrome (or at least, you'll 
have to go fetch a one-time-password sent to your e-mail, which is not really user-friendly)

Follow the next steps to create an account and generate the certificate(s):
1) Go to the link and create an account
2) Once in your home page (usually after login), select "My Account"
3) Scroll down and you'll see three options for providing strong authentication
   a. VIP credential (it's actually a OTP token, or softid)
   b. Browser certificate (--> this is what you want to get <--)
   c. Information card (I guess this is for using with "Windows Cardspace")
4) Select the "Browser Certificate" option
   --> This will start the certificate request and finally install the certificate in your computer
   --> If you are using Firefox, it will use the browser's internal PKCS #11 keystore
   --> If you are using IE, it will use Window's keystore (you can see the certificates if you create a management console and attach the certificate snap-in)
   --> If you are using Chrome, it fails to generate the certificate

Keep in mind that once you generate a browser certificate, let's say for Firefox, the PIP portal won't let you login with a different browser (since those two browsers 
do not share the same keystore): In order to enroll new browsers PIP will send you a one-time-password to the e-mail you used to register the account, then you can login 
with the new browser and "enroll" it --> so now you can login using certificates from those two browsers.

[updated] PIP won't even let me generate a certificate for Chrome, since it's not listed in their "browsers that support certificates" list (so the functionality is 
disabled for Chrome... you might want to try to fake the "User-Agent" header to make Chrome look like Firefox/IE and avoid this check). I've tried generating an IE's 
certificate, hoping that Chrome would use the Windows' keystore to retrieve it later, but that doesn't work either.

btw, is there an easy way to change the User-Agent header in Chrome --> I can probably help you guys testing this stuff.

Comment 118 by, Sep 19 2009

1. Right click on one of the Chrome Shortcuts and select Copy.
2. Right click on desktop and select Paste.
3. Right click on the newly created shortcut and select Properties.
4. In the properties window, select Shortcut tab.
5. In the target field, add a space and the following string:
--user-agent="Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv: 
Gecko/20090729 Firefox/3.5.2 (.NET CLR 3.5.30729)"
6. Click on ok and *close all instances of Chrome*.
7. Launch Chrome from the newly created Shortcut.
Just saw the post too late and modified the Chrome.dll binary to replace the User-
agent with an hex editor... but is good to know there is an easier path :)

Good news: After changing the User-agent, I can login to PIP (Chrome will successfully grab the certificate from Window's keystore) --> Now, since this 
certificate was the one I generated thru IE, I haven't yet tested the actual 
generation of the certificate using Chrome --> I'll try this out and post the results 

Summing up:
1. Chrome grabbing the certificate from Window's keystore: Working
2. Chrome generating a cert request: Status unknown

Ok, so I can confirm certificate generation is not working in Chrome (with fake User-agent), using 
Verisign's PIP (when changing User-agent to match Firefox's)

Steps to reproduce:
1) Follow steps 1-2 is comment 117 to create the account in Verisign's PIP
2) Make sure you don't have a PIP/Verisign certificate associated with your browser: unbind the certificates that show up in PIP (just click on "delete" on the certificate management section), and 
delete the certificate from you keystore (use a Windows management console, and attach the certificate 
3) Start Chrome as explained by progame in comment 118
4) Follow step 3-4 in comment 117 to generate the certificate with Chrome
   --> Remember that PIP won't let you login if you have certificate-based authentication enabled and the 
browser you are using is not binded to a cert: you'll have to let PIP send an OTP to your e-mail account 
and use that for a temporary login

Current behavior:
--> PIP will try to issue the cert requests, but will fail (no cert generation request pops up in the 
browser as it should).

Summing up:
1. Chrome grabbing the certificate from Window's keystore: Working
   --> Includes certificates that have been generated by IE
2. Chrome generating a cert request, sending it to the web application, and installing the resulting 
certificate: Not working

Comment 121 by, Sep 19 2009

btw, to verify you are indeed using the correct user agent string, you can view 
about:version (for example, what i posted in comment 18 was cut in to 2 lines...)
Thanks progame, I'm using the whole two lines from your comment

Comment 123 by, Sep 21 2009

marcelo.dacruz: thank you for your test report.  So we need to
talk to VeriSign to add Chrome to their list of supported
browsers for Personal Identity Portal (PIP).  It may make sense
to wait until we have implemented certificate enrollment (issue
148) to talk to VeriSign.

The current status of SSL client authentication and certificate
enrollment is published at
Labels: -Area-BrowserBackend Area-Internals Internals-Network
Labels: Internals-Install
Labels: -Area-Internals -Internals-Install
Fixing a bulk edit. Looks like the search query was not correct.

Comment 127 by Deleted ...@, Apr 29 2010

What about support for PKCS#11 binary modules such as the OpenSC one? We need it for 
Spanish DNIe (National ID smart card)! Thanks :)
I have version 6.0.472.62 and using private certificate imported from IE still does not work for me (works in IE and FF). I am getting error 117 ERR_BAD_SSL_CLIENT_AUTH_CERT.
Is there solution to it ?

Comment 129 by Deleted ...@, Oct 25 2010

I am using 7.0.517.41.

The above issues does not seem to be fixed yet. The cert that works in IE8 does not work in Chrome (the cert has expiry in 2012). The SSL handshake fails and the certification selection option keep popping up. 

Any workaround pls ? This is stopping me from using intranet site.


Comment 130 by Deleted ...@, Nov 7 2010

The SSL handshake works for me (on, but I have to click on the cetification dialog a few times (15-20) for it to finaly get accepted! This didn't happen on Chrome 6 and before, only in version 7. I'm using the stable channel.
This is fixed in version 7.0.517.44
 Issue 9754  has been merged into this issue.

Comment 133 by Deleted ...@, Mar 1 2011

the SSL handshake does not work for me on ( it works fine on firefox 3.3.13 and IE 7. currently using chrome 9.0.597.107

Comment 134 by Deleted ...@, Aug 3 2011

I've tried using client certificates with Open ID and with Start SSL (free class 1 cert provider).

The first failed with an error message, the second alerted me that 'Chrome doesn't properly support client certificates'.

I'm on Chrome 12.0.742.122 (Stable).

Comment 135 by, Aug 3 2011

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Thank you for your comments.  Please file new bug reports for
SSL client authentication problems.
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Comment 136 by, Mar 10 2013

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