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| CertViewer v1.2.5
CertViewer v1.2.5 Simple X.509 certificate viewer for Windows. In order to display a X.509 certificate, either drop a certificate file in binary (DER) or Base64-encoded (PEM) format onto the CertViewer window, or simply copy a certificate in PEM format to the clipboard. Note: By default, the CertViewer automatically monitors the clipboard for certificates in the PEM format. Prerequisites The .NET Framework 4.7.2 or later is required. Changes v1.2.5 04-17-23 Updated Bouncy Castle Cryptography library to version 2.2.0 Removed workaround for Bouncy Castle forcefully closing the "wrapped" stream Added button to open a new instance to the tab bar Various improvements Click here to visit the author's website.
|Apr 19, 2023
| Portecle 1.10
Portecle 1.10 Portecle is a user friendly GUI application for creating, managing and examining keystores, keys, certificates, certificate requests, certificate revocation lists and more. Features Currently, Portecle can be used to, for example: Create, load, save, and convert keystores. Generate DSA and RSA key pair entries with self-signed version 1 X.509 certificates. Import X.509 certificate files as trusted certificates. Import key pairs from PKCS #12 and PEM bundle files. Clone and change the password of key pair entries and keystores. View the details of certificates contained within keystore entries, certificate files, and SSL/TLS connections. Export keystore entries in a variety of formats. Generate and view certification requests (CSRs). Import Certificate Authority (CA) replies. Change the password of key pair entries and keystores. Delete, clone, and rename keystore entries. View the details of certificate revocation list (CRL) files. Keystore files can be created, opened and saved via the File menu. The contents of Certificate and CRL files can be examined through use of the options on the Examine menu. General keystore maintenance operations are accessible through the Tools menu. These general operations include the capability to examine the content of certificate files, to import trusted certificates, to generate key pairs and change keystore type. Most of the operations found in the File, Examine and Tools menus are also available on the tool bar. Most operations also have shortcut keys. The entries contained within a loaded keystore are displayed in the keystore entry table which has columns for: An entry's type (Key Key entry icon, Key Pair Key pair entry icon or Trusted Certificate Trusted certificate entry icon). ...
|Nov 15, 2019
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