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Java – Crypto : KeyStore, JCEKS, SecretKey, PrivateKey, PublicKey, Certificate
Hello, Through several articles, I would like present the cryptographic mechanisms, types of keys, certificate, types of algorithms ...etc: PRESENTATION : Concepts of Cryptography (concepts, types of keys symmetric/asymmetric, …) The principles of SSL The principles of Signature and Certificate The principles of Hardware Security Module HSM Encoding with base64, base64url, rfc-4648 Encryption with Blowfish (Anonymization) Encryption with AES/CBC, AES/EBC (Encryption of files) Encryption with PBEWithMD5AndDES (Encryption of files) Encryption ...more»
Java : SSL : Generate TrustStore, self-signed certificate, tool PorteCle
Hello, After my previous post concerning the SSL, PorteCle Generate KeyStore, self-signed certificate, tool PorteCle, concerning the generation of server's KeyStore, self-signed certificate..., in this post, i would expose the case of a server SERVER1 which communicates with an other server securized SERVER2 (like Jboss, Tomcat,...), so, now, we are speaking about the TrustStore of server. A keystore contains private keys, and ...more»
Java : SSL : Generate KeyStore, self-signed certificate, tool PorteCle
Hello, After my first post concerning the SSL : self-signed certification generation and the installation on Tomcat server, I would expose a new tool PorteCle allowing the generation of KeyStore, self-signed certificate instead of Keytool supported in the JDK / JRE 1.5. During the navigation of a secured website, the installation of the certificate on the client poste doesn't asked explicitly because ...more»
Java/JRE/JDK: generate self signed SSL certificate with keytool (install on web server…)
Hi, In this article, I will try to present briefly: 1) the management of self signed SSL certificates with keytool; 2) a complete example of certificate's generation; 3) installation on web server and tests; 1. Presentation of keytool Java uses its own tools to generate and use self signed SSL certificates, based on a proprietary storage in a keystore file, comprised of certificates / keys accessible ...more»
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