Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Utility to export X.509 certificates


The number of X.509 formats \ stores can be overwhelming: pfx, p12, pem, jks, windows store and more. When working on multi platform projects exporting the certificate from one format \ store to the other is essential. Traditionally the way to do it was with openssl. While there is nothing wrong with that, you usually forget how to use it a minute after you do, and need to learn it again the next time.

Over a year ago travis had published a super relevant utility to export certificates. It is really easy to use and prevents that recurring learning curve with openssl.


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