Depending on your network you may have to move your SSL/TLS server certificate and its private key from one system to another. This article covers how to move your SSL certificate, its private key, and its intermediate CA from Apache to pfx also known as a pkcs#12 file. This will require a conversion using OpenSSL that is on the Apache System.

Converting PKCS7 to PKCS12 – This requires two steps as you’ll need to combine the private key with the certificate file. openssl pkcs7 -print_certs -in certificatename.p7b -out certificatename.cer openssl pkcs12 -export -in certificatename.cer -inkey privateKey.key -out certificatename.pfx -certfile cacert.cer Depending on your network you may have to move your SSL/TLS server certificate and its private key from one system to another. This article covers how to move your SSL certificate, its private key, and its intermediate CA from Apache to pfx also known as a pkcs#12 file. This will require a conversion using OpenSSL that is on the Apache System. The other option to export is the PKCS12 format, which requires a passphrase (entered twice to confirm). The export works and creates a .p12 file, but that file cannot be imported into Windows 2003, because it always says the passphrase is incorrect, no matter what passphrase I use. Where pkcs12 is the openssl pkcs12 utility, -export means to export to a file, -in certificate.pem is the certificate and -inkey key.pem is the key to be imported into the keystore. -out keystore.p12 is the keystore file. How do I convert a JKS keystore to PKCS12? To convert a Java Keystore to a PKCS #12 Keystore (.jks to .p12), run the is the output filename of the pkcs#12 format file. is the desired name that will sometimes be displayed in user interfaces. For example, type: >C:\Openssl\bin\openssl.exe pkcs12 -keypbe PBE-SHA1-3DES -certpbe PBE-SHA1-3DES -export -in my_cert.crt -inkey my_key.key -out my_pkcs12.pfx -name "my-name" openssl pkcs12 -in example.com.pfx -cacerts -nokeys -out example.com.chain.crt サーバ証明書、秘密鍵をpkcs12(pfx)形式の証明書に変換。 openssl pkcs12 -export -inkey example.com.key -in example.com.crt -out example.com.pfx サーバ証明書、秘密鍵、中間CA証明書をpkcs12(pfx)形式の証明書に変換。

openssl pkcs12 -in certificat-ssl.cer -certfile cert-intermediaire.cer -certfile cert-racine.cer -inkey cle-privee.key -export -out certificat-ssl.pfx CER to DER openssl x509 -in certificat-ssl.cer -outform der -out certificat-ssl.der

openssl pkcs12 -in certificate.pfx -out certificate.cer -nodes If you need to convert a Java Keystore file to a different format, it usually easier to create a new private key and certificates but it is possible to convert a Java Keystore to PEM format . I am generating exporting some pkcs#12 files for testing purposes. These files are not being used in production and only exist temporary during automated testing. I am using the following command: openssl pkcs12 -export -nodes -out bundle.pfx -inkey mykey.key -in certificate.crt -certfile ca-cert.crt Mar 01, 2016 · openssl pkcs12 -export -name "yourdomain-digicert-(expiration date)" \ -out yourdomain.pfx -inkey yourdomain.key -in yourdomain.crt. Note: After you enter the command, you will be asked to provide a password to encrypt the file. Because the PKCS#12 format is often used for system migration, we recommend encrypting the file using a very strong Use these OpenSSL commands to create a PKCS#12 file from your private key and certificate: openssl pkcs12 -export \-in \-inkey \-name ‘tomcat’ \-out keystore.p12. If you have a chain of certificates, combine the certificates into a single file and use it for the input file, as shown below.

is the output filename of the pkcs#12 format file. is the desired name that will sometimes be displayed in user interfaces. For example, type: >C:\Openssl\bin\openssl.exe pkcs12 -keypbe PBE-SHA1-3DES -certpbe PBE-SHA1-3DES -export -in my_cert.crt -inkey my_key.key -out my_pkcs12.pfx -name "my-name"

SPLITTING YOUR PKCS#12 FILE USING OPENSSL. Once you have downloaded your PKCS#12 file you will be required to split the file into its relevant key and certificate file for use with Apache. To do this open the Terminal and browse to the folder where you have saved the PKCS#12 file and type the following: openssl x509 -in -out This works, but I run into an issue on the cacert file. The output file only contains one of the 3 certs in the chain. Is there a way to avoid including the bag attributes in the output of the pkcs12 command, or a way to have the x509 command output include all the certificates?