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Generate CSR for My Key Pair with Portecle
How to generate a CSR (Certificate Signing Request) file for my key pair with Portecle? I want my public key to be signed by a trusted CA.
If you want to generate CSR (Certificate Signing Request) file for you key pair in a keystore with Portecle, you can follow these steps:
1. Run Portecle and open the keystore file "FYIcenter.jks".
2. Right mouse click on "4096-rsa-key-pair" and select "Generate Certification Request".
3. Enter "FYIcenter" as the key pair password and click OK. You see "Generate CSR" save file box showing up.
4. Enter "FYIcenter.csr" as the file name and click "Generate". You have a CSR file generated for your public key and ready to send to any CA (Certificate Authority) for signing.
⇒CSR (Certificate Signing Request) with Portecle
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