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OpenSSL "dsaparam 512" - Generate DSA Short Keys
How to generate a new DSA key pair with a shorter key size using OpenSSL "gendsa" command? If you need a new DSA key pair with a shorter key size for testing purpose, you can use the OpenSSL "gendsa" command as shown below: C:\Users\fyicenter&gt;\loc al\openssl\openssl.exeOpenSSL&gt; dsapara...
2016-12-24, 2155👍, 0💬

OpenSSL "gendsa 10240" - Generate DSA Long Keys
How to generate a new DSA key pair with a longer key size using OpenSSL "gendsa" command? If you need a new DSA key pair with a longer key size for testing purpose, you can use the OpenSSL "gendsa" command as shown below: C:\Users\fyicenter&gt;time The current time is: 20:06:19.66 C:\Users\fyice...
2016-12-24, 1575👍, 0💬

OpenSSL "dsa" - Open Encrypted DSA Keys
How to open an encrypted DSA key file using OpenSSL "dsa" command? I was told the key file is DES encrypted and I know the password. If you are trying to open a password (encrypted) DSA key file using the "dsa" command, you will be prompted for the password as shown below: C:\Users\fyicenter&gt;...
2016-12-18, 2894👍, 0💬

OpenSSL "gendsa -des" - DES Encrypt DSA Keys
How to generate a new DSA key pair and encrypt the output with a DES password using OpenSSL "gendsa" command? If you want to secure your new DSA private key with a DES encryption, you can use the OpenSSL "gendsa -des" command as shown below: C:\Users\fyicenter&gt;\loc al\openssl\opensslOpenSSL&a...
2016-12-18, 1770👍, 0💬

OpenSSL "req" Command
Where to find tutorials on using OpenSSL "req" commands for certificate request and certificate generation? Here is a collection of tutorials on using OpenSSL "req" command compiled by FYIcenter.com team to generate Certificate Signing Request (CSR) and sign CSR. OpenSSL "req" Command Options OpenSS...
2016-12-15, 9753👍, 0💬

OpenSSL "dsa -aes*" - Re-Encrypt DSA Keys
How to re-encrypt a DSA key file using OpenSSL "dsa" command? I want to change the encryption password, and maybe change the encryption algorithm. If you want to encrypt an existing DSA key file again, you can use the "dsa -aes*" command as shown below: C:\Users\fyicenter&gt;\loc al\openssl\opens...
2016-12-15, 2389👍, 0💬

OpenSSL "req -new" - Generate New CSR
How to generate a new CSR (Certificate Signing Request) using OpenSSL "req -new" command? I have an RSA private key (including public key) ready. If you have a pair of RSA private key and public key, and you want to generate CSR (Certificate Signing Request) to represent your personal identity or se...
2016-12-14, 3846👍, 0💬

OpenSSL "req -text" - Print CSR in Text
How to print CSR information in text format using OpenSSL "req -text" command? If you want to see contents of a CSR file in text format, you can use the OpenSSL "req -text" command as shown below: C:\Users\fyicenter&gt;\loc al\openssl\openssl.exeOpenSSL&gt; req -in my_rsa.csr -text -noout Ce...
2016-12-04, 14370👍, 0💬

OpenSSL "req -text" Output and CSR Components
How to identify CSR components in OpenSSL "req -text" command output? OpenSSL "req -text" command output displays all components in a CSR with proper labels to help you identify each component. Below is a good example of the "req -text" command output: C:\Users\fyicenter&gt;\loc al\openssl\openss...
2016-11-23, 2246👍, 0💬

OpenSSL "req -pubkey" - Extract Public Key from CSR
How to extract the public key from a CSR using OpenSSL "req -pubkey" command? If you want to extract the public key from a CSR (Certificate Signing Request), you can use the OpenSSL "req -pubkey" command as shown below: C:\Users\fyicenter&gt;\loc al\openssl\openssl.exeOpenSSL&gt; req -in my_...
2016-11-20, 11262👍, 0💬

OpenSSL "x509 -text" - View Self-Signed Certificate in Text
How to print contents of a self-signed certificate in text format using OpenSSL "x509" command? If you want to see contents of a self-signed certificate in text format, you can use the OpenSSL "x509 -text" command as shown below: C:\Users\fyicenter&gt;\loc al\openssl\openssl.exeOpenSSL&gt; x...
2016-11-20, 2026👍, 0💬

OpenSSL "req -x509 -newkey" - Generate Private Key and Certificate
How to generate a new private key with a public key and generate a self-signed certificate using a single OpenSSL "req" command? If you do not have a pair of private key and public key, and you want to generate self-signed certificate to represent your personal identity or server identity, you can u...
2016-11-15, 3372👍, 0💬

OpenSSL "verify" - Validate Self-Signed Certificate
How to validate a self-signed certificate using OpenSSL "verify" command? You can validate your self-signed certificate using the OpenSSL "verify" command as shown below: C:\Users\fyicenter&gt;\loc al\openssl\openssl.exeOpenSSL&gt; verify rsa_test.crt rsa_test.crt: C = us, ST = NY, L = New Y...
2016-11-15, 2725👍, 0💬

OpenSSL "req -new -x509" - Generate Self-Signed Certificate
How to generate a new self-signed certificate using OpenSSL "req -new -x509" command? I have an RSA private key (including public key) ready. If you have a pair of RSA private key and public key, and you want to generate a self-signed certificate to represent your personal identity or server identit...
2016-11-12, 2678👍, 0💬

OpenSSL "req -newkey" - Generate Private Key and CSR
How to generate a new private key with a public key and generate a CSR (Certificate Signing Request) using a single OpenSSL "req" command? If you do not have a pair of private key and public key, and you want to generate CSR (Certificate Signing Request) to represent your personal identity or server...
2016-11-12, 2547👍, 0💬

OpenSSL "req -x509 -set_serial" - Certificate Serial Number
Can I sign my own CSR with a given serial number using the OpenSSL "req -x509" command? Yes, you can sign you own CSR (Certificate Sign Request) with a given serial number using the OpenSSL "req -x509 -set_serial" command as shown below. Without the "-set_serial" option, the resulting certificate wi...
2016-11-11, 18670👍, 0💬

OpenSSL "req -x509 -days" - Longer Self-Signed Certificate
Can I sign my own CSR with a longer expiration date using the OpenSSL "req -x509" command? I want to use this certificate as an internal root CA for 10 years. Yes, you can sign you own CSR (Certificate Sign Request) with a longer expiration date using the OpenSSL "req -x509 -days" command as shown b...
2016-11-11, 4153👍, 0💬

OpenSSL "req -x509" - Sign My Own CSR
Can I sign my own CSR with the OpenSSL "req -x509" command? Yes, you can sign you own CSR (Certificate Sign Request) with the OpenSSL "req -x509" command as shown below. The result is a self-signed certificate. See the example below: C:\Users\fyicenter&gt;\loc al\openssl\openssl.exeOpenSSL&g...
2016-11-08, 1715👍, 0💬

OpenSSL Self-Signed Certificate Components
How to identify and read each component of a self-signed certificate in OpenSSL "x509 -text" command output? OpenSSL "x509 -text" command output displays all components in a self-signed certificate with proper labels to help you identify each component. Below is a good example of the "x509 -text" co...
2016-11-08, 1586👍, 0💬

OpenSSL "req -x509" - Sign CSR with Different Key
Can I sign my own CSR with a different private key using the OpenSSL "req -x509" command? Yes, you can sign you own CSR (Certificate Sign Request) with a different private key using the OpenSSL "req -x509" command as shown below. But the result is not a true self-signed certificate. The entity name ...
2016-11-05, 2036👍, 0💬

OpenSSL "req -config" - Using Configuration File
Can I use my own configuration file when running "req" command? Yes, you can specify your own configuration file using the "-config file" option when running the "req" command. OpenSSL configuration file allows you to control the behavior of the "req" command with the following options: utf8 - If se...
2016-11-03, 13240👍, 0💬

OpenSSL Not Validate Signature in Self-Signed Certificate
Does OpenSSL "verify" command really validate the digital signature in a self-signed certificate? No, OpenSSL "verify" command does not validate the digital signature in a self-signed certificate. In the following test, a CSR with an RSA public key was "self-signed" by the OpenSSL "req -x509" comman...
2016-11-03, 2070👍, 0💬

OpenSSL "req" - distinguished_name Configuration Section
What is the distinguished_name section in the OpenSSL configuration file? The distinguished_name section in the OpenSSL configuration file is a required section of options when using OpenSSL "req -new" or "req -newkey" commands to generate a new CSR or self-signed certificate. distinguished_name sec...
2016-11-02, 28573👍, 0💬

OpenSSL "req" - "prompt=no" Mode
How to use the "prompt=no" mode of the OpenSSL "req -new" command? I want to specify DN field values directly in the configuration file. You can use "prompt=no" mode of the OpenSSL "req -new" command as shown below, if you set "prompt=no" and provide DN (Distinguished Name) field values in the confi...
2016-11-02, 12929👍, 0💬

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