I have learned that the certificate is something that contain information about a public key. An article on wikipedia says
Public Key Certificate as well. If we are talking about private key, it's not a certificate, but a key that corresponds with the public key certificate.
On Microsoft Azure I have found this sentence:
Private key certificates (.pfx) can be used for TLS/SSL bindings and can be loaded to the certificate store for your app to consume.
I thought that certificates are always public and the .pfx file format just contains both the public key certificate and the corresponding private key.
Is this correct to say
private key certificate?