Category Archives: openssl

Powershell: Export/Convert a X509 Certificate to pem format

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powershell respectively the .NET framework does not offer a method to export a X509 certificate in PEM format. The pem format is a Base64 encoded view from the raw data with a header and a footer.

An example to export the machine certificate (with Thumbprint: 1C0381278083E3CB026E46A7FF09FC4B79543D) of an computer
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OpenSSL: Asymmetric en- and decryption of a file


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this post describes the en- and decryption of a file with a asymmetric encryption algorithm.

Asymmetric encryption means you encrypt data by a public key and can only decrypt this data with a private key associated with the public key.
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OpenSSL: Symmetric en- and decryption of a file


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this post describes the en- and decryption of a file with a symmetric encryption algorithm.

Symmetric encryption means encryption and decryption is only possible with the same secret/password.
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OpenSSL: Build on Windows

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these steps compile openssl on Windows.
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Openssl: Setup an intermediate CA

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first ramp up your root CA as described in my previous post.
Steps to create a intermediate CA. Create the intermediate CA structure in filesystem
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