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What Is OpenSSL Library?

OpenSSL is most popular open source cryptography library which provides a lot of tools, libraries, algorithms about cryptography. It is mostly known with Secure Socket Layers (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocols. Supported Encryption Algorithms Encryption is used to make given data unreadable by the intruders. It is mainly used for confidentiality. OpenSSL supports following algorithms. RSA DSA AES DES 3DES Supported Hash Algorithms Hashing is used to create...

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How To Verify Certificate Chain with OpenSSL?

X509 certificates provides the authenticity of provided certificates in a chained manner. Internet world generally uses certificate chains to create and use some flexibility for trust. But this may create some complexity for the system, network administrators and security guys. In this tutorial we will look how to verify a certificate chain. X509 Certificate X509 certificates are very popular on the internet. They are used to verify trust between entities....

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OpenSSL Shell Commands Tutorial with Examples

OpenSSL is free security protocols and implementation library provided by Free Software community. OpenSSL libraries are used by a lot of enterprises in their systems and products. OpenSSL libraries and algorithms can be used with openssl command. In this tutorial we will look different use cases for openssl command. Private Key Private keys should kept secret. Private keys generally used to decrypt data. Public Key Public keys are provided every one and...

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How To Generate Self Signed X.509 Certificates with OpenSSL?

Hi, x509 certificates are used widely by a lot of applications. Generating x509 certificates seem to be hard and rocket science, but it is not. We will generate a key named t1.key and then create a signing request from this key. After that to signed our request we will generate a self signed CA key and certificate. After that we will sing our request and generate ready to use certificate....

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