Select the certificate to be used for JAIST-SSO

When you want to change the certificate used for campus Wi-Fi, please see the following page.
How to Replace Digital Certificates for Wi-Fi


When you renew your certificate, JAIST-SSO authentication may fail even though you have already imported the new certificate. In this case, there is a possibility that the old certificate is used for authentication.
The certificate to be used for authentication can be selected when you transition to the JAIST-SSO screen, but it will not be displayed if the old certificate information remains or if it is set to use the old certificate.
This page explains how to re-select the certificate to be used for JAIST-SSO.

* Make sure that a valid certificate has been imported into your browser beforehand.

Microsoft Edge / Google Chrome

Close all browsers, and then start them again.
* If the selection screen does not appear after the above steps, try deleting the cookie or using the Private window.


For sites that have selected "remenber this decision" during certificate authentication, the information will be saved in the "Authentication Decision" section of the Certificate Manager.
Please follow the steps below to delete the information of the authentication decision.

  1. Start Firefox, and click "≡ (three horizontal lines)" in the upper right corner.
  2. Click "Settings".
  3. Click "Privacy & Security" on the left.
  4. Scroll down and click "View Certificate".
  5. Click on the "Authentication decisions" tab.
  6. Select the line whose host is "", and click "Delete".

Try to access the URL that requires authentication again.


  1. Open Keychain Access
  2. Click [Login] -> [All Items].
  3. Remove all identification preferences that start with ""

Try to access the URL that requires authentication again.

Tips: Using a Private Window

In the incognito/private window, the previous authentication information will not be used and the certificate selection screen will be displayed. Please use this option if you cannot close your browser or do not want to delete your authentication settings.

  • Microsoft Edge
    [...] (top-right three dot) -> [New InPrivite Window]
  • Google Chrome
    [:] (vertical three dots in the upper right corner) -> [New incognito window]
  • Firefox
    [≡] (three horizontal lines in the upper right corner) -> [New Private Window]
  • Safari
    [File] -> [New Private Window]