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CertifiO Manager - Release notes

CertifiO Manager 2.2.4 (May 14th 2024)


  • Update of embedded JAVA libraries used by CertifiO Manager. 

  • Certifio Manager is able to detect the future Entrust ECAW (Entrust Certificate Agent for Windows) client.

  • As required by Chrome, support for the Access-Control-Allow-Private-Network header to enable local or private services to authorize calls from a public entity (website).


  • CertifiO Manager version is now correctly displayed when clicking on “About” on macOS.

  • CertifiO Manager application detection on macOS is now faster when the application is restarted.

  • Problems faced by the Affiliation Verification Agents (AVA) with the approvals console due to the inclusion of a too large CRL has be fixed. 
  • The inability to delay the CertifiO Manager updateif you had an earlier version of CertifiO Manager was preventing signing in ConsignO Cloud under certain conditions.


  • Version 2.2.4 is not compatible with the Safari browser on macOS. Please use Chrome or Firefox.
  • If your macOS is equipped with an Apple chip, CertifiO Manager installation might fail. If this is the case, relaunch the software from your Applications folder and the installation of the Apple software Rosetta will be performed to launch CertifiO Manager:


CertifiO Manager 2.2.2

  • Update to log4j 2.17.1

CertifiO Manager 2.2.1

  • Update to log4j 2.16.0

CertifiO Manager 2.1

New features

  • From version 2.1 onward, it will be possible to carry out subsequent updates at application start or from the right-click option Check for updates. This option will allow to update at any time, rather than when accessing a site requiring CertifiO Manager as currently managed.
  • The CertifiO Manager application will also notify users of the availability of a new version for the Entrust Entelligence Security Provider (EESP) client. ESSP is required to digitally sign under Windows.
  • Updating to a newer version of CertifiO Manager can now be skipped or postponed.
  • Version 2.1 does not require  installation of a root certificate and administrator rights anymore.
  • CFM 2.1 is more explicit about the installation process by listing the steps required to update to version 2.1
  • Update to integrated java version and security patches


  • CertifiO Manager 2.1 may not be supported by all versions of web browsers. Specifically, a compatibility issue could arise under older browser versions of IE and Safari under macOS. To benefit from the advantages of CertifiO Manager 2.1 version, please use a recent version of Chrome, Edge or Firefox.


To review the installation process, please click here.