Tag: SSL Certificate


How to Create PFX File?

We have already seen a few articles about SSL certificate related CSR requests, Complete Certificate, export PFX certificate files from Windows Server, and extracting Private Key from PFX files. If you are familiar with Windows Server IIS Manager, you can follow my previous article to generate the PFX file. Would you want to know how […]


How to extract Private Key from PFX Certificate file?

SSL certificates use two important key files called public and private keys to make the connection more secure.  The private key is the most important part of the SSL certificate, that we will not get from our Certificate Authority, they provide only Certificate files, Intermediate Certificate files, and Root Certificate.  We have to generate the […]


How to Export PFX Certificate from IIS Windows Server?

Exporting the SSL Certificate installed in the IIS Windows Server is an easy one that can accomplish in a few steps. But, why is this first to be exported? What is the purpose of exporting the PFX certificate file? We can use the PFX certificate file as the SSL certificate of website and web APIs […]


How to Complete Certificate Request in IIS Windows Server?

Have you ever been confused about what should I do once got the certificate files for the domain from Certificate Authority? Yes, one must complete the certificate request process, so that they can use the certificate to websites hosted in servers. This process is called Complete Certificate Request, and this can be done in IIS […]


How to Create a CSR file in the IIS Windows Server?

CSR stands for Certificate Signing Request. CSR must be submitted while generating an SSL certificate from any certificate authority. Therefore, creating CSR is an important one to know for a web developer who is managing their website hosting and SSL Certificate. In this article, I will walk through the steps to create the CSR in […]

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