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Creating a new .keystore and .cer in the process of Encryption

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Currently I am using .keystore provided by Itext inthe process of creating an pdf encryption.
I am new to this Encryption concept.Can any one help me in how to create  our own .keystore and .cer files and use it in the encryption and decryption process of a asymmetric key cryptography.
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