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No, this is not the case. A certificate signed by a CA contains only the public key, but for decrypting you need the private key too. This private key is not needed for the CA to sign the key, so they usually don't have it either. But, some CA offer to simplify the process of certificate generation by generating a key pair for the certificate too. In this ...



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