How to Move or Copy an SSL Certificate from a Tomcat/Java Server to OpenSSL

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (1 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5)
Loading...

Step-by-Step instructions on transferring SSL certificate between servers.

Of all of the server to server SSL Certificate transfers, moving from the Java Keystore to OpenSSL is by far the easiest. Comprising just a handful of steps, you’ll be done with this in no time—especially with this step-by-step guide.

Note: It might be easier to just create a new CSR in OpenSSL and then reissue your certificate. But this way works, too.

Moving Your Java Keytool SSL Certificate to OpenSSL

  1. Use the “Keytool” to generate a new private and public key pair.
  2. Using the same “Keytool,” export the new self-signed certificate from PrivateKeyEntry.
  3. Display the details of the certificate using the “Keytool.”
  4. Use “OpenSSL” to view the recently exported certificate.
  5. Enter “DumpKey.java” to remove the key pair from the “Keytool” keystore.
  6. Use “OpenSSL” to convert the dumped key pair to Base64.
  7. Use “OpenSSL” to view the key pair and the converted keystore files.

Related Posts

How to Move or Copy an SSL Certificate from a Windows Server to an Apache Server
How to Move or Copy SSL Certificates from One Server to Another
This entry was posted in How to Move SSL by Mit Gajjar. Bookmark the permalink.

About Mit Gajjar

I have been working as SSL security expert for 6 years and i have assisted to plenty of users to solve their technical issues while installation of SSL certificates on their web servers. It’s really great experience working with Platinum Partner Company CheapSSLSecurity to offer the most reliable SSL certificate security solution on the internet. Being Platinum Partner Company of Symantec, GeoTrust Thawte, Comodo, and RapidSSL, CheapSSLSecurity offers the cheapest SSL certificates security on the internet which starts at just only $3.20/yr.