2020-6-28 · I am trying to use pure .net code to create a certificate request and create a certificate from the certificate request against an existing CA certificate I have available (either in the Windows Certificate store or as a separate file).

CA is short for Certificate Authority. A CA issues certificates for i.e. email accounts, web sites or Java applets. Actually this only expresses a trust relationship. If you trust the CA then you automatically trust all the certificates that have been issued by the CA. This article helps you set up your own tiny CA using the OpenSSL software. Self Signed Certificate with Custom Root CA · GitHub 2020-7-22 · Method 2 Generate the certificate using the mydomain csr and key along with the CA Root key $ openssl x509 -req -extfile <(printf "subjectAltName=DNS:YOUR_DOMAIN_NAME") -days 120 -in SERVER.csr -CA rootCA.crt -CAkey root_rsa.key -CAcreateserial -out SERVER.crt -sha256 Generate a certificate from an internal certificate authority Generate a certificate from an internal certificate authority. For detailed procedures on requesting a certificate from an external CA, see Microsoft article 321051. After it is received, installed, and tested, follow the export procedure. Share this page. Feedback. Please rate the usefulness of this page

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CA Certificate¶ First, generate a private key, the default generates a 2048 bit RSA key (if this command blocks, refer to this note about hosts with low entropy): pki --gen > caKey.der For a real-world setup, make sure to keep this key absolutely private. Now self-sign a CA certificate using the generated key:

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