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Open Notepad. Open the newly generated certificate. Copy the section starting from and including -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- to -----END CERTIFICATE----- Create a new file using Notepad. Paste the information into the new Notepad file. Save the file as certificate.
Convert x509 to PEM. openssl x509 -in certificatename.cer -outform PEM -out certificatename.pem. Convert PEM to DER. openssl x509 -outform der -in certificatename.pem -out certificatename.der. Convert DER to PEM. Convert PKCS7 to PEM. Convert PFX to PKCS#8. Convert P7B to PFX.
Note: The PEM format is the most common format used for certificates. Extensions used for PEM certificates are cer, crt, and pem. They are Base64 encoded ASCII files. The DER format is the binary form of the certificate.
Click the Secure button (a padlock) in an address bar. Click the Show certificate button. Go to the Details tab. Click the Export button. Specify the name of the file you want to save the SSL certificate to, keep the Base64-encoded ASCII, single certificate format and click the Save button.
You can create a certificate bundle by opening a plain text editor (notepad, gedit, etc) and pasting in the text of the root certificate and the text of the intermediate certificate. The order they go in depends on the type of server you are running.
Open All files in a text editor. (Remember, not your domain certificate.) Create a new blank text file. Copy contents of all files in reverse order and paste them into the new file. Example: Intermediate 3, Intermediate 2, Intermediate 1, Root Certificate. Save newly created file as 'yourDomain. ca-bundle'.
CA bundle is a file that contains root and intermediate certificates. The end-entity certificate along with a CA bundle constitutes the certificate chain. In case you have received the intermediate and root certificates as separate files, you should combine them into a single one to have a complete CA_bundle.
ca-bundle. A PEM certificate is a base64 (ASCII) encoded block of data encapsulated between. -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE ----- and. -----END CERTIFICATE ----- lines.
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