Retrieve CRL File from Certificate CA
How to retrieve the CRL from the certificate's CA? I want to verify if the certificate has been revoked or not.
If you want to retrieve the CRL from the certificate's CA to validate the revocation status of a certificate, you can follow this tutorial.
1. Open the certificate by double-click the certificate file name on a Windows computer. You see the "Certificate" window displayed.
2. Click "Details" tab. You see a list of certificate attributes.
3. Scroll down and click "CRL Distribute Points". You see a CRL's URL like, http://crl.pki.goog/GTSGIAG3.crl.
4. Copy and paste this URL to a Web browser. You see the CRL file, GTSGIAG3.crl, downloaded.
See the next tutorial on how to open a CRL file.
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