How to move an SSL Certificate from Apache to Palo Alto Networks

Both Apache and Palo Alto Networks uses x509 pem/crt/cer certificate files for its configurations. You will follow these steps to copy, move and import your files from Apache to Palo Alto Networks system. Apache systems are very customizable. The directory location and naming of the individual files needed vary depending on your personalized system. Below are generalized instructions. You will have to apply these examples to your own environment.  We will start by assuming that you have already successfully installed the SSL certificate on one Apache web server. Step 1: Finding/converting your SSL certificate and key file on Apache: Referencing the httpd.conf or ssl.conf  file on the Apache system look for the location and directories of the three files necessary […]

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How to Import a Certificate into Firefox

Depending on the circumstance you may need to import a Certificate into your Firefox browser. Code Signing, Email, and Admin/Digictal ID certificates can be imported into Firefox’s certificate stores to allow users access to websites or enable users to use Mozilla based software where certificates are necessary to perform a function. This article provides step-by-step instructions for installing your certificate in Mozilla Firefox for Windows. Digital ID Files generally have a PFX or P12 extension and contain the public key file (certificate) and the associated private key file. We will assume that you already have a PFX or P12 Digital ID Certificate file and it has been moved to or already resides on your Windows system in question. This file format […]

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Digicert Certificate Utility – SSL Installation & Export

The Digicert Certificate Utility is probably one of the best certificate encryption tool out on the net. A lot of people become scared with key-pair encryption but key-pairs/certificates are actually fundamental easy to figure out. You have a secret private key that rests on a system or application, and that system/application gives to another system/application the public key. From there they scrabble and authentication communication. That’s about it. The struggles with Encryption, and SSL certificates is associated with the systems/applications that use them. Different applications from different venders tend to want things their own way, in certain formats, extensions, files, etc.. Key features of the Digicert Certificate Utility that can help with the SSL Management  are.. SSL Certificate: Install certificates […]

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How To Move SSL Certificate From Apache to Cerberus FTP

Cerberus FTP  is a unique server system that uses pem files similar to Apache. As far as Apache “Type” systems go, this one is impressively easy to work with. Both Apache and Cerberus use x509 pem/crt certificate files for its configurations. You will follow these steps to copy, move and import your files from Apache to Cerberus FTP system. Apache systems are very customizable. The directory location and naming of the individual files needed vary depending on your personalized system. Below are generalized instructions. You will have to apply these examples to your own environment.  We will start by assuming that you have already successfully installed the SSL certificate on one Apache web server. Step 1: Finding your SSL Certificate […]

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How To Move An SSL Certificate From Windows To Sonicwall NSA

Windows servers use .pfx/.p12 files to contain the public key file (SSL Certificate) and its unique private key file. You need both the public key and private keys for an SSL certificate to work properly on any system. If you need to transfer your SSL certificate from one server to another or store it someplace for safe keeping you need to create a .pfx backup.  Dell Sonicwall systems have the capability to import a pfx file generated from windows. To backup, export, and move an SSL certificate from a Windows Server to SonicWALL with its private key perform the following steps. Step 1:  Create an MMC Snap-in for Managing Certificates on the IIS 8 system: Start > run > MMC. Go […]

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Digicert Certificate Utility – SSL Certificate (Guide)

The Digicert Certificate Utility is probably one of the best certificate encryption tool out on the net. A lot of people become scared with key-pair encryption but key-pairs/certificates are actually fundamental easy to figure out. You have a secret private key that rests on a system or application, and that system/application gives to another system/application the public key. From there they scrabble and authentication communication. That’s about it. The struggles with Encryption, and  SSL certificates is associated with the systems/applications that use them. Different applications from different venders tend to want things their own way, in certain formats, extensions, files, etc.. Key features of the  Digicert Certificate Utility that can help with the SSL Management  are.. SSL Certificate: Install certificates […]

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Digicert Certificate Utility – SSL Export Instructions. (pfx or pem format)

Depending on the circumstance you may need to export your SSL Certificate to wherever else it is needed. The Digicert Certificate Utility allows you to export an SSL Certificate with its private key that has been generated from it from the following formats pfx or pem. This comes in handly with large typologies where not all server systems, firewalls, applications, etc.. handle Certificate keypair encryption the same way. So in a situation where you need to have you SSL Certificate Installed on both a Windows or an Apache system you can export the certificate off the Utility in either compatible format. Below are instructions on how to export your SSL Certificate Installed in the Digicert Certificate Utility in either pfx […]

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How To Import A Digital ID, Email, or Code Signing Certificate Into A Windows System?

Digital signatures identify/authenticate you as the document signer and allow document recipients to verify that no one has modified the contents of the document since you signed it. Signing, Encrypting and reading will vary depending on the applications that are involved. A Digital ID certificate is required to create a digital signature. The most secure Digital ID are issued by a trusted Certificate Authority. Some of these Digital ID’s are on tokens and other are files that are imported into trust stores on your system or application. On Windows operating systems the majority of these applications refer to the User trust stores. Note: Majority of the time Firefox is used to generate Digital ID Certificates Firefox, but Firefox does not […]

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How To Import Email (S/MIME) Certificate – Mozilla Thunderbird?

Before following these instructions, please make sure that you have a copy of your Client (S/MIME) Email Certificate in a PFX/P12 (PKCS#12) format. Typically this file will have a .p12 or .pfx extension consisting of both your public and private keys. When exporting your Client/Email Certificate from wherever it resides there may be a option to export the private key. This option will give you your pfx file. Some applications by default will automatically include the private key  thus giving you a pfx file. Note: These instructions are based on a Windows Operating System. Locations of the options presented below may vary in other operating systems. Step 1: Importing your Email Certificate into Thunderbird: Open Thunderbird. Click on the menu […]

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How To Move SSL Certificate From Apache To F5 Big IP

Both Apache and F5 uses x509 pem/crt certificate files for its configurations. You will follow these steps to copy, move and import your files from Apache to F5 system. Apache systems are very customizable. The directory location and naming of the individual files needed vary depending on your personalized system. Below are generalized instructions. You will have to apply these examples to your own environment.  We will start by assuming that you have already successfully installed the SSL certificate on one Apache web server. Step 1: Finding/converting your SSL certificate and key file on Apache: Referencing the httpd.conf or ssl.conf  file on the Apache system look for the location and directories of the three files necessary on the Apache system […]

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