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How to find out if an OpenSSL certificate was created by a certain private key?

I have an OpenSSl certificate. I also need the private key. I was told it is located somewhere on the server, and true enough, I found multiple SSL key files. Before I try them all by brute force: Is ...
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2answers
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Managing server certificates for wildcard

I have a wildcard certificate for *.example.com (signed by GeoTrust) and am going to host lots of application instances on different servers, each on my subdomain. I am not willing to copy my ...
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1answer
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Error while converting der private key to pem

I have DER private key and certificate. I need to convert them to PEM format. Certificate converted normally, but when i try to convert key this error happens: # openssl x509 -in client-key.der ...
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1answer
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Openssl, my private key is either missing or lost

I am trying to setup ssl on my webserver for https. I have come to a point where it seems all I am missing is my private key. I initially followed this guide ...
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1answer
2k views

Does openssl always encrypt the private key?

When using openssl 0.9.8 to create a new self-signed cert+key, there is a -nodes parameter that can be used to tell openssl to not encrypt the private key it creates. For example: openssl req -x509 ...
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1answer
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How do I import a RSA SSH key into GPG as the _primary_ private key?

I currently have a SSH key that I've used for a while and I'd like to start using GnuPG with a new keyring. However, given that I've used my key for ages, I would like to still use that key in GPG as ...
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5answers
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Recover an SSH private key?

I have an RSA key (generated by PuTTYgen) that's set up for logging in to a bunch of machines via SSH. Or rather, i HAD such a key. (The computer it was on crashed, to the point that a reinstall of ...