Use this Certificate Decoder to decode your certificates in PEM format. This certificate viewer tool will decode certificates so you can easily see their contents. This parser will parse the follwoing crl,crt,csr,pem,privatekey,publickey,rsa,dsa,rasa publickey.
You can convert your Putty private keys (.ppk) to base64 files for OpenSSH or OpenSSL.
With puttygen on Linux/BSD/Unix-like
- Convert PEM to PFX. Openssl pkcs12 -export -out certificate.pfx -inkey privateKey.key -in certificate.crt -certfile CACert.crt OpenSSL commands to Convert DER file. Convert DER to PEM. Openssl x509 -inform der -in certificate.cer -out certificate.pem OpenSSL commands to Convert P7B file. Convert P7B to PEM.
- Creating a.pem with the Private Key and Entire Trust Chain. Log into your DigiCert Management Console and download your Intermediate (DigiCertCA.crt) and Primary Certificates (yourdomainname.crt). Open a text editor (such as wordpad) and paste the entire body of each certificate into one text file in the following order: The.
If you are using the unix cli tool, run the following command:
You can also generate a public key for your SSH servers using one of the two following commands based on your server:
Convert Private Key To Pem
You private key can be used with OpenSSH or Openssl-based software. The public key can be used with OpenSSH.
Although we recommend using different private keys as much as possible, you can reuse the newly generated key to make a CSR using OpenSSL.
With Puttygen on Windows
- Open Puttygen and click on Load in the Actions section.
- Then, select your PPK file.
- Your key has been imported.
- Then, go to the Conversions menu and select Export OpenSSH key.
- Name your private key and save it.
- In the main window, select Save public key in the Actions section.
- Name and save your public key.