I know this question was already asked here but unfortunately there are no satisfactory answers. Please correct me if I'm wrong, but if I have a p12 file the following two situations are possible:
- The whole p12 file is encrypted. But not only the whole file, also the contained private key (encryption of the private key is done by default). So the key is encrypted twice and there is no way to access the public part of the file (certificates).
- Only the private key is encrypted. Without having the password I can still easily access the public information (certificates) and read e.g. the common name but of course there is no access to the private key.
Is this right?
So, if we take the first case. Is there any any any way to still access the public information without having the password?