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XCA for Linux 0.8.1

Create RSA/DSA public keys, certificates, signing requests and revokation lists


Last Week downloads: 2
Total downloads: 117
  • Last Updated: Jan 14, 2010
  • License: Others Free
  • OS: Linux
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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XCA for Linux is a Security software developed by Christian Hohnstaedt. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for XCA for Linux:

XCA is a graphical user interface for creating RSA/DSA public keys, certificates, signing requests and revokation lists.

Graphical certification authority is an interface for managing asymetric keys like RSA or DSA. It is intended as a small CA for creation and signing certificates. It uses the OpenSSL Library for the cryptographic operations.


Supported file types

* PKCS#7
* PKCS#10
* PKCS#12 (aka *.pfx)

A certificate can be created by self signing it, by signing it by an other (usually CA) certificate, by signing a PKCS#10 request or a Netscape SPKAC.

The Validity dates and x509.v3 extensions can be adjusted to fit ones needs. The use of multiple certificates in CA chains is supported and a Tree View of the certificates reflects the dependencies.

Certificate Templates can be used to preset the input dialog with reasonable values and to simplify the process of creating certificates and requests.

Issued certificates can be revoked and the revokation list can be created and exported. External revokation lists can be imported and examined.

The most usual certificate extensions can be set by easy to use input widgets. Other extensions can be defined by using the OpenSSL config file format.
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