In cryptography, a certificate authority, or certification authority, (CA) is an entity that issues digital certificates.

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Email results of PowerShell Script

I have a powershell script that check the certificate store for expiring certificates. It will display these results within the CLI. I want to modify this script to email the results of the output in ...
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Powershell Remotely Delete PKI Certificates

I recently rebuilt my PKI and I would like to delete the certificates that were issued to all client machines across my network. Sounds like a job for Powershell! So I wrote this script to be ...
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No Certificate Templates in Certification Authority

I have installed AD Certificate Services on a Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard edition. But when I open Certification Authority snap-in, there is no Certificate Templates folder: Why? Have I missed ...
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Renewing Service Certificates for NDES on Windows Server 2008 R2

We currently use the NDES Service on Windows 2008 R2 Enterprise where the same box is also the standalone Certificate Authority. During initial setup, NDES created 2 service certificates for SCEP ...
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How can I get an OID for a certificate template?

I'm using C# (or VBScript) to issue a certificate from an Enterprise CA. According to this answer, I need to specify the OID instead of the certificate name, and place it in an unexpected portion of ...
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Standalone or Enterprise CA - what do I have?

When you install a Windows forest CA you have the option to make it standalone or enterprise. I have an existing installation which I am assuming is standalone as it doesn't have a certificate ...
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Windows 2012R2 seems to automatically download and install intermediate root certificates

Whilst preparing a new Windows 2012R2 server for production I needed to install a (GlobalSign Domain) SSL certificate for the website powering our application. I did this by generating a certificate ...
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How to install a root certificate from file

We are in the process of migrating to Exchange 2013 on Server 2012 R2, and will be using third party certificates once fully up and running. In the meantime, however, I have been asked to use a root ...
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Publish root CA and sub ca certificate to the Trusted root certificate store

I have a root CA which is standalone and I have subordinate CA which is domain joined. I recently renewed the certificate of my root CA and sub CA. How do I push these certificates in the trusted root ...
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cURL looking for CA in the wrong place

On Redhat Linux, in a PHP script I am setting cURL options as such: curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYPEER, True); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_CAINFO, '/home/andrew/share/cacert.pem'); Yet I am ...
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Do I need to resign/regen a cert when moving IPs?

Are these errors related to moving a site to a new IP and keeping the same SSL CERT? Will I need to regen/sign to fix this? [Sun Jun 22 07:13:11.054280 2014] [mpm_worker:notice] [pid 2775:tid ...
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ADCS - How can I diagnose the exact reason a certificate request was denied by a policy module?

I need to develop operational procedures to audit and understand why a specific request was rejected by an Active Directory Certificate Services (ADCS) Policy Module. I've attempted turning on all ...
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SSL troubles - Generate .key from .crt? (AlphaSSL)

This is greatly troubling me, I have generated a .csr and .key file to send to dynadot (which sends that to AlphaSSL) with this command: openssl req -out foo.com.csr -new -newkey rsa:2048 -nodes ...
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Create and use intermediate certificate authority on Windows Server 2012?

Background: Server OS is Windows Server 2012. GUI is installed as we come upto speed with powershell. Setup is staging, not production (yet). We have our (internal, domain limited) Root CA installed. ...
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Root certificate authority works windows/linux but not mac osx - (malformed)

I have created a self-signed root certificate authority which if I install onto windows, linux, or even using the certificate store in firefox (windows/linux/macosx) will work perfectly with my ...
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Nginx and client certificates from hierarchical OpenSSL-based certification authorities

I'm trying to set up root certification authority, subordinate certification authority and to generate the client certificates signed by any of this CA that nginx 0.7.67 on Debian Squeeze will accept. ...
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How to decide where to purchase a wildcard SSL certificate?

Recently I needed to purchase a wildcard SSL certificate (because I need to secure a number of subdomains), and when I first searched for where to buy one I was overwhelmed with the number of choices, ...
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The OCSP server has no status for the certificate. (Error code: sec_error_ocsp_unknown_cert)

Just set up a website (Apache/Centos) with SSL where the free cert came from startssl. I've used startssl before, and never had any problems. I have no problems accessing the site from IE and ...
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Exchange on WP7 - 80072F0D

Last week, the self-signed certificate on our Exchange 2010 mailserver expired, so we made a new one. Everything works fine after this, except mail on Windows Phone 7. All phones are giving an error ...
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AD CS: Certificate Template not available

In short, a Certificate Template I want to use is not available for enrollment. The template in question is a copy of the "RAS and IAS Server" template. What's frustrating is that I've gotten this ...
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SSL warning appears only to some devices

I have godaddy ssl certificate for domain.There wasn't any problems with my SSL certificate and visiting my domain(Haven't receiveed any errors), but couple times(two weeks ago) when I visited site ...
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intermediate certificate not sent by WAMP

I have a strange problem that noone can help me with. I will really appreciate any help figuring this out. I have a wamp installation running apache 2.4.4 and latest openssl (which i downloaded and ...
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Does Apache needs to know about intermediate certificates for client authentication?

I have a following hierarchy of certificates. And I need to do a client authentication on Apache. . └── root (CA) - self signed ├── intermediate 1 (CA) | ├── client1 | ├── client2 ...
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Unable to install Certificate Enrolment Policy Web Service

I'm running on Windows 2k8 Enterprise edition, and when adding the Active Directory Certificate Services, I don't see the option to add the Certificate Enrolment Policy Web service in the dialog box. ...
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Beginning a company's digital certificate infrastructure [closed]

What type of digital certificate product do I need to begin a digital security infrastructure within my company and for use by our customers (pre-trusted by chaining)? I believe I need some kind of ...
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no local computer physical store, only registry and smartcard

I'm currently encountering an issue whereby i cannot see the "local computer" physical store, under trusted root CA, when attempting to install a cert. Instead the only stores i see are "Registry" and ...
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How to change root CA certificate?

I am running an own CA for my network, just to have it installed into the browser, so that I can see if a server still has the certificate I created (vulgar: having the green lock). Of course I just ...
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Can't seem to get Apache SSL client certificate authentication working with an intermediate CA

I'm restructuring my personal CA system and trying to add an intermediate CA into the mix. I have a self-signed root CA whose certificate is imported into all appropriate browsers/OSes. I seem to be ...
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Update Root CA Certificate values (Country/location(locality)/etc)

Our Offline Root CA server was setup prior to my joining the company and has com as the country code which is invalid for several things that I'm needing to do...primarily to get clients to stop ...
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Could Certificate Authorities have been compromised by the Heartbleed bug? [closed]

OpenSSL is widely used and was affected by the Heartbleed bug for years. A lot of services were impacted and everybody is trying to recover from this bug by updating there system, generating new ...
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How should I structure my CA hierarchy?

My current setup involved a self signed root CA, which has then signed my SSL/TLS CA and my OpenVPN client CA. The SSL/TLS CA signs the certificates of my servers, and the OpenVPN client CA signs the ...
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Windows Server 2008 R2 CA not issuing more than 2 years

I have active directory environment in 2003 R2. I have installed 2008 R2 Enterprise Edition CA. Then I have created custom template from web server template and add expiry date as 15 years. my root ...
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If I get a certificate signed for ECDSA will older browsers be able to use RSA?

I'm looking into using ECDHE-ECDSA and there are a lot of great articles on why (https://hynek.me/articles/hardening-your-web-servers-ssl-ciphers/) and ...
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Why do I need to create symbolic links for certificates?

Other than noticing something like this: yourid@linuxtpf:~/certificates> ls -l lrwxrwxrwx 1 yourid users 9 2009-04-07 18:06 50a694ac.0 -> cert2.pem #<-- was missing lrwxrwxrwx 1 yourid ...
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Run `certutil -DCInfo` on a different target domain

It seems that running certutil.exe -DCInfo Verify will check the certificates for all domain controllers in the domain of the logged-in user account. In our AD forest, we have a handful of domains. I ...
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How to include all dns records and IP address of a server in automatic certificate enrollment of Microsoft AD CS?

In my company there are a lot of servers which users remotely login to them to do their duties. We have enabled computer certificate auto enrollment for them to assure secure connection. But because ...
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Time stamped digital signatures with AD-CS

We are planning to implement a time proof digital signature solution in our intranet. Currently we have a Enterprise AD CS up and running. We are planning to use these signatures only inside our ...
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SSL on AWS? Cert installed but still having issues

We bought an SSL certificate (From Comodo) and when I visit the page in Chrome I see the green padlock and it has the following information: Your connection to ...... is encrypted with 128-bit ...
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Does a domain computer trust certs from domain CA

I have investigated this but have been unable to find a definitive answer to my question. I have never used certificate services in active directory before so am unsure of its possible ...
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How to determine if the user requested a certificate using “Mark keys as exportable”?

We have a Windows 2008 R2 running a standalone CA (certificate authority) and the web enrollment, so the users access http://[server-name]/certsrv websote for request certificates. The Advanced ...
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How do I configure AD CS to support Name Constraints (4.2.1.11 in RFC 2459)?

I am trying to figure out how to do Qualified Subordination with the critical extension set, but I'm unable to figure out how to do this in MSFT AD CS. For a given certificate, how do I make sure ...
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Windows Server 2008 Certificate Authority setup

Help!!! Our Root CA expired on 2/28/2014 and the original server has been reloaded with an OS. I am in dire need as many of our external sites are now not working - no surprise! I have not ...
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EFS file access problems

in my organization, i have a deadline to deploy EFS using AD CS, and i am working with a single windows server 2003 box, which is the Root CA, and is the same server responsible to certificate ...
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Win2008 SRV Certutil csv option not present

I have an Enterprise Certificate Authority running well. I am attempting to automate some monitoring tasks using batch files and the certutil.exe command. After reading the documentation at: ...
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Why issue a SSL certificate that expires in 2037?

In Firefox, if I view the Verisign Universal Root Certificate Authority, I notice that it expires in 2037. (Settings tab -> advanced -> view certificates -> VeriSign Universal Root Certification ...
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certificate authority service wont start

I have this CA service issue which is not starting hence not issuing any new certificate to my wireless users, when ever we try to start that this comes back with the Bad Key. 0x80090003 (-2146893821) ...
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Which operating systems ship with StartCom_Certification_Authority.pem

I purchased some (cheap) HTTPS certificates from StartSSL. They work great on all browsers I tested. According to this post they are even recognized in IE 7 and 8, which good enough for me. However, ...
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How do I set up an 802.1X infrastructure for use with OS X and iPads?

At my workplace I have been tasked with setting up machine certificate based 802.1X wireless authentication for our Apple devices. It seems like on the client side this will be handled by Profiles ...
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Auto-enrollment certificate without enroll permission

I am Domain Admin of a company. We implement Active Directory Certificate Services in our company for email signature and encryption. Because we have more than 1000 users in our company, we want to ...
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LDAP-based Apache auth (mod_ldap + mod_authnz_ldap) using own CA for SSL/TLS

SOLVED: Turned out problem was caused by forgotten legacy LDAPTrustedGlobalCert directives in various config files, using old certificate for the same FQDN tl;dr: We uses a self-signed CA and we ...