Generating self-signed Certificate with getacert.com
How to generate self-signed certificate with getacert.com? Is it free?
Generating a self-signed certificate with getacert.com is easy and free:
1. Go to http://www.getacert.com
2. Click the "self-signed Certificate" link in the menu
3. Fill in the "Self-signed certificate details" form
4. Click "Next Page" button
5. Review the information on the confirmation page
6. Click "Submit self-signed Certificate" button
7. Download the following items:
Private key (.pkey) - Keep it for yourself. Certificate request (.csr) - Send it to CA, if you want it to be CA signed. Public key (.cer) - This is the self-signed certificate. Entire certificate (.p12): - All above in one file.
The self-signed certificate is a valid public key certificate signed by it's own private key. It is good for testing purpose only.
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