I know that the Public Key Cryptography Standards #12 file format can be used to bundle up an OpenSSL certificate and a private key. From the linked wiki page:
These files can be created, parsed and read out with the OpenSSL pkcs12 command.
I read in some IBM man pages there is a
convertcertificate command that can convert a
.p12 file into a
.kdb file. However, I'm not able to find any information about what a file with the
.kdb extension is.
- Where does this file format come from?
- Why/when is it used instead of