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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Diffie-Hellman Key Exchange with Authentication: Man-in-the-Middle query

I have been reading up on MiTM attacks, and the prevention of them using public key certificates. Recently I learnt about Diffie-Hellman Key Exchange with Authentication, and how it uses signed ...
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Reusing PGP key when generating SSL Certificate Authority?

Does it make sense to reuse some of the keys from my PGP (gnupg, gpg) keyblock when generating my own SSL Certificate Authority (a toy one for myself and a few web services of mine)? In an ideal ...
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Creating colliding x509 certificates: Crafting RSA moduli step

I am trying to generate 2 x509 certificates with the same signature but different values in the common name field, based on md5 collisions, as it was specified in this paper (page 7). Now I have ...
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How to create a public-key certificate for RSA Web of trust?

How to create a public-key certificate for RSA Web of trust? I have (for exemple) two public / private key pair (obviously). They all need to sign each other certificate. How to create 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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About private keys of certificateless cryptography

While reading Identity Based Cryptography and Certificateless Cryptography , Can any one tell why should private key generator(PKG) or Key generation center (KGC) generate private keys for users..? ...