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Portecle is a GUI version of the command-line keytool provided with the Java SDK
Portecle is a GUI version of the command-line keytool provided with the Java SDK. The project can create many different types of keystores, generate and store keys and their associated X.509 certificates, generate CSRs, import and store trusted certificates, and perform maintenance on keystore entries.
Here are some key features of "Portecle":
Create, load, save, and convert keystores.
Generate DSA and RSA key pair entries with self-signed version 1 X.509 certificates.
Import X.509 certificate files as trusted certificates.
Import key pairs from PKCS #12 files.
Clone and change the password of key pair entries and keystores.
View the details of certificates contained within keystore entries, certificate files, and SSL/TLS connections.
Export keystore entries in a variety of formats.
Generate certification requests (CSRs).
Import Certificate Authority (CA) replies.
Change the password of key pair entries and keystores.
Delete, clone, and rename keystore entries.
View the details of certificate revocation list (CRL) files.
What's New in This Release:
Support for exporting keys+chains as OpenSSL-style PEM bundles (#1388213).
Support for examining certification requests.
Load GNU Classpath (>= 0.90) security providers if installed; if they are,
support also GNU Keyring keystores.
Recognition and decoding support for some additional certificate
Support for entry alias case sensitivity in keystores where applicable.
User interface improvements, including better default values etc.
Bundled Bouncy Castle provider jar upgraded to 1.34.
Some workarounds for running with GNU Classpath, not fully working yet.
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