Posts Tagged: pem

Momentarily I’m working a lot with NetScaler and SHA256 certificates. I noticed that with the change to SHA256 certs the NetScaler has some difficulties importing. The error you get is: Invalid private key, or PEM pass phrase required for this private key.

At this moment I’m using this command a lot so I thought it would come in handy to write a seperate article about it (easier to find). The command you use to convert a private key to PEM format is……..

In this topic I hope to give a little information about certificates, PFX files and how to export them into other formats. A lot of applications require a certificate in some format (encrypted or not) to encrypt their datastream. In this topic I’m going to to cover how to create a PFX file. A PFX file is an encrypted file that contains both your public and your private key, and is password protected. I’m not going to cover how pki works, but just click this link or use Google and you’ll find all the information you need.