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Certificate Create format x.509 sha-1

Posted on 2010-09-03
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How can create a certificate from a private key with the following parameters:

Format: x.509
Charset: Utf-8
Encoding: Base 64
Lenght Private Key: 1024
Hash Format: SHA-1
Oaep Paddig: PKcs1 v1.5
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Question by:rflorencio
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assuming the private key is already 1024 bit, then:

1) install and configure http://sourceforge.net/projects/xca
2) import the key
3) create and self sign a certificate with the parameters given
4) export as pfx or cer

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