A certificate consists of a public key and information about the owner (e. g. the name of a person or server).

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Why rogued certificate from hash collision is harmful

I cannot understand why rogued certificate is thought harmful though It can be used to impersonate some website. The attacker can craft a rogued certificate with different identities and public key ...
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Signature constructor using Self-signed certificate

I've the following scenario: One application signs JWT access/id tokens using the private key contained in a self-signed certificate, and then passes its public key to other parties to validate that ...
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Unique assignment of X.509 certificate to each client

I'm trying to implement a short scale electronic voting application in a domain comprised of no more than 100 clients. System administrator is able to create new election instances and each client is ...
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RSA - Why should we sign hash rather than raw content? [duplicate]

Apart from obvious performance considerations, is there any mathematical or crypto reasons that imply that we sign a hash rather than a raw content ? I read that it was because the hash must fit in ...
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Modifying algebraic secrecy message to use digital certificates

I have the following message: sign((M’, T$_A$, sign((encrypt((encrypt(M, $K_{pbB}$), M’), K), T$_B$), $K_{sB}$)), $K_{sA}$) Sign is used for signature generation. Encrypt is used for ...
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Generating a public key certificate with ECDSA params

I have an ECDSA key generated in a HSM and I am able to retrieve it's public key components via the PKCS11 library. I would like to create a public x509 certificate with the public params for the ...
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RSA and ECDSA Certificate Sizes

Is there a table (or a whitepaper from official sources) that compares the size of X509 certificates generated with RSA (starting from 1024 bits) and ECDSA (starting from 160 bits) ? Thanks for the ...
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Any field in a PKI certificate where some text info can be stored?

I want to store 5-10 lines of Text Info in a PKI Certificate. All I want is that when using common tools like openssl command line or certutil from Microsoft, this text info should be displayed as is. ...
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Protocol for signing and timestamping documents for e-archive system [migrated]

we are building system for storing PDF file for long term in database. Before we store PDF file in database we have to: ...
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What are the advantages of Certificate Authority and Key Distribution Center over each other?

I want know difference among them. What are advantages/disadvantage of one on other?
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How to get the (x,y) from the EC point in the pubkey of an ECDSA certificate?

I have this certificate, and I have the bitstring of the pubkey that should represent Q = (x,y) = [d]P. How can I get the x part? (The curve is the NIST B-163)