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PFX to Java Keystore / Extract private key from Java Keystore
'Migrating Keys from keystore to OpenSSL Key Files' tutorial was cited in a stone-ware.com helpdesk article in 2015.
The Migrating Keys from "keystore" to "OpenSSL" Key Files tutorial was cited in a stone-ware.com helpdesk article in 2015.
Subject: PFX to Java Keystore / Extract private key from Java Keystore Date: Feb 16, 2015 Author: stone-ware.com Source: https://helpdesk.stone-ware.com/portal/kb/articles /pfx-to-java-keystore-extract-private-key-from-java-keystore ... If you still want to try it yourself, then here is the information. We have found that unless you do this on a regular basis some of the steps can be confusing which is why we offer to perform this for you. A lengthy article on this topic can be found here : https://www.herongyang.com/crypto/Migrating_Keys_keytool_to_OpenSSL.html A PFX provides the same functionality for Microsoft IIS webserver as the Java keystore provides to webNetwork. It holds the private and public keys for SSL communication. To use a PFX with Stoneware webNetwork it must be converted to JKS format. This process involves properly exporting the PFX from the windows server and then using 3rd party tools to convert the format. Unless you have done this in the past, it may be easier to contact Stoneware Support to have this done for you. Support would need the customer to follow the documentation below to export the PFX file. After that the PFX file, and the users stonewareconfigstoneware.keystore file along with the relayuser password would be sent to support for conversion. The biggest hang up typically is getting the CA root and intermediate certificates into the JAVA keystore because they are often not included in the PFX. This is where inexperience in ssl certificates manipulation causes frustration. ...
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