What are the use cases for defining something other than the default SHA1 hash in a CSR? Is it to protect the digital signature, public/private keys? What is it protecting exactly?
I'd like to change the CSR before it is transferred to the CA without going through the CSR creation process again. To do that I need to know how to calculate the signature of the CSR after I modified ...
I am building a license generator for nodejs and I am currently testing on Heroku. On my local machine running OpenSSL 1.0.1g, I'm able to test my key pairs (sign and verify) like this: # data.txt's ...
I'm trying to manually verify signatures of Apple iOS Passbook files, which are PKCS #7 detached signatures of the RSA key of the Apple developer who created the file. Which means there's a file ...
I have installed openssl and now the rsa_test.c is running fine. What I want to do is: Open any exe or dll digital certificate. Extract the Thumbprint and PublicKey. The public key contains the ...