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What Is PKCS #12
What is PKCS (Public-Key Cryptography Standards) #12? What is it used for?
PKCS #12 defines an archive file format for storing many cryptography objects as a single file. It is commonly used to bundle a private key with its X.509 certificate or to bundle all the members of a chain of trust.
A PKCS #12 file may be encrypted and signed. The internal storage containers, called "SafeBag"s, may also be encrypted and signed. A few SafeBags are predefined to store certificates, private keys and CRLs. Another SafeBag is provided to store any other data at individual implementer's choice.
PKCS #12 is one of the family of standards called Public-Key Cryptography Standards (PKCS) published by RSA Laboratories.
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