It worked for me though, but I would appreciate if somebody shows me how to write a good host name verifier. In case anyone else had this headache. This will ask for the password - you must give the correct password else you will get an error heading error or padding error etc. Lets assume we now have three files: cert1. This password can be anything, but should be remembered for later use. Try this: Step1: Convert the key and cert to. Not the answer you're looking for? All examples i could google always generate the key themselves, but I already have a key.
Other than that, the procedure the original one, I didn't try the alternatives worked brilliantly for me. I have tried keytool -import -keystore. The keys and certificates are stored in the Java Keystore. The keytool prints the certificate information and asks you to verify it; For example, by comparing the displayed certificate fingerprints with those obtained from another trusted source of information. Email Please provide a valid email address.
Mistakes can lead to a variety of problems, such as inaccessible network locations, network failures, or blocked websites. This entry contains the public key certificate data from the file StanSmith. Name Please enter your name. Also, Your observation about InpputStream. When managing certificates in the Java world, the utility you're most likely to encounter is an integral part of the Java Development Kit. In other words: if you need to execute -deststorepass changeit -srcstorepass some-password with different passwords, then you must include -destkeypass changeit with same password as -deststorepass — Oct 2 '14 at 15:14 Keytool in Java 6 does have this capability: Here are the basic details from that post.
In the example in blog , DataInputStream. Tomcat will fail with java. Let us assume you enter Aragorn. To do this you need to use the Java keytool import command. For example, in the real world you can phone Stan and ask him what the fingerprints should be. Here's a sample invocation of the program on our recently created keystore.
These articles are provided as-is and should be used at your own discretion. The command should return the command reference for the tool. Alternative A: For people that have complete control of the certificate generating process, they can, as previously hinted, use keytool exclusively for this process. So if you already have a. Java keytool import - a complete example Here's the actual input and output from a Java keytool import example.
Enter keystore password: Re-enter new password: What is your first and last name? As Java cannot import a private key. If you'd like to see the entire process of creating a private key, exporting it in a certificate file, importing it into a public keystore, and listing the keystore contents, I have all of that in one place in a long-but-complete as well. This requires editing the hosts file on the computer running Wowza Streaming Engine. This utility command is described in subsection of WebLogic documention on. Note 2: You might want to add the -chainoption to preserve the full certificate chain.
A password is required when asked or the 2nd step will complain. At this point, assuming everything worked, you probably don't need the intermediate certificate file, so you can delete it. This is a temporary certificate that is subsequently deleted by the -delete command, so it does not matter what information you enter here. References Read by this author. Enter keystore password: Re-enter new password: What is your first and last name? We will take advantage of enhancements added to keytool with the Java 6 release: namely that keytool can merge and import keystores that are in format.
In this instance we'll be updating a keystore associated with WebLogic, but in reality this Java keystore should be no different from any other Java keystore, so these steps should apply elsewhere just fine. I have tried concatenating the cert and the key but got the same result How do I import the key? Comment Please enter a comment. Shouldn't it be safe to use available in this particular case? Be sure to remove the comment before and after. Import Single Keystore Entry If you want to import only a single entry, you will need to define which alias to import. He can get the fingerprints of the StanSmith. To be sure though, you should test that the public key is now in your keystore file.
And if you want to convert your certificate from one format to another,. Another problem with your example is that you're using the same keystore as a keystore and a truststore, which isn't always a good idea. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 on this site the. In this example I'll assume that you have just received a keytool certificate file from another person, and you want to import the information in that certificate file into your public keystore file. This conversion is done using the Java Keytool found in a Java Runtime's bin folder. As software environments continue to ratchet up security measures, the odds of having to deal with digital certificates in more than a superficial manner only increases over time. Please note that I am not speaking on behalf-of Microsoft or any other 3rd party vendors mentioned in any of my blog posts.
Certain Java-based application frameworks, like Oracle's WebLogic for example, can be finicky about the completeness and order of the certificate chain. Browse other questions tagged or. To help validate the keystore, we can use the ValidateCertChain program which comes bundled with WebLogic 12c and can be found in the distribution's weblogic. After 'cat' of files for the second command I got this error below, that I could not figure out how to fix. Checkout for the sample code. I have this in activemq config I have a pair of x509 cert and a key file How do I import those two to be used in ssl and ssl+stomp connectors? This format typically has a. This is a temporary certificate that is subsequently deleted by the -delete command, so it does not matter what information you enter here.