Add or configure a new global SSL/TLS server certificate
Edit own Client Certificate

Section Certificate

  • 1.
    Paste the certificate in the textbox Server Certificate.
  • Example:

    -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----
    MIIDPjCCAqegAwIBAgIBATANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQQFADCCAQcxHzAdBgNVBAoT
    aW9uIEFHIC0gSGVhZHF1YXJ0ZXIxHzAdBgNVBAMTFnBoaW9uIEFHIC0gSGVh
    ...
    I3ejmeNxHhmlEsd2ORKLyh3ofIaXpEkbf+gsQeE6UaFE83a7VKXrbsS+1zzl
    Tdd0ikPqLaOQ9CmjykNigfdgAAgAirlockE65g45rf34ERRRReed545fe5==
    -----END CERTIFICATE-----
  • When a Subject Alternative Name (SAN) certificate has been pasted, the domains covered by the SAN are displayed in the Alternative Names line.
  • 2.
    Optional: Place custom EC parameters below the text block of your certificate.
  • Example:

    -----BEGIN EC PARAMETERS-----
    BgUrgQQAIw==
    -----END EC PARAMETERS-----
  • 3.
    In the CA chain text box:
    For intermediate CA server certificates, paste the complete chain of intermediate CA certificates including the root CA into the textbox. All certificates must be Base64-encoded.
  • 4.
    In the Private key text box:
     
    • In case you use an unencrypted Private key:
    • a)
      Paste the key into the textbox.
    • Example:

      -----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----
      MIIEpAIBAAKCAQEAutxnTm+4qp0pO/aqo5u8CMUQFuz2Ee2OdN3GV5dKyHop
      efiTn9dsSO/XfXQtdBE9cz2qekspTHM/7rdwyhDcMNZoB0Mxm7MnAXA3tWg7
      ...
      wMwB7LL/cy3BgPz338yOAI4Sg9HpJnAAUBx9AlicqtWxu+vlMVQhWXjAzTia
      45zeBiPnEbittcDF7QfMCCvVnBWxAirlocktgp4tK2wNL1iF1wFMcw4Snw==
      -----END RSA PRIVATE KEY----
    • In case you use an encrypted Private key:
    • a)
      Paste the key into the textbox.
    • Example:

      -----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----
      Proc-Type: 4,ENCRYPTED
      DEK-Info: DES-EDE3-CBC,684AF7A6B96C1CF7
      
      GvERCGotGQCLjG97zIF159AF0OSKj3khkql7DnYfO5Bg95afskQDK0jBKDFd
      ...
      blTAST582u2LVZmP/lETW/l80h3NJvw7alPPiHD/JmRhZGPfXgsD1d4mn9T8
      ka7nzc5HzqLuAfWs4IN9ofU/LhxXIAIRLOCK0Ii4pnE6+EI8CLi9GyivCw==
      -----END RSA PRIVATE KEY-----
    • b)
      Add the passphrase for the private key into the field Passphrase.

Section Chain verification

With this tool, the certificate chain can be validated.

  • 1.
    Paste the Root CA certificate into the textbox.
  • The certificate content shows up in the textbox Root CA content.
  • 2.
    Click Verify certificate chain to perform a validation of CA chain down to Root CA.
  • On success, the certificate chain is verifiable.