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OpenSSL "req -verify" - Verify Signature of CSR
How to verify the digital signature inside a CSR using OpenSSL "req -verify" command?
If you want to verify the digital signature inside a CSR (Certificate Signing Request), you can use the OpenSSL "req -verify" command as shown below:
C:\Users\fyicenter>\local\openssl\openssl.exe OpenSSL> req -in my_rsa.csr -noout -verify verify OK
Options used in this "req" command are:
The output "verify OK" indicates that the decrypted digital signature matches the digest of the CSR data,
⇒ OpenSSL "req -pubkey" - Extract Public Key from CSR
⇐ OpenSSL "req -text" Output and CSR Components
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