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Android Oreo docs on keymaster3 and HIDL

Along with Android 8, Google released detailed technical docs on keymaster3 https://t.co/WBNsINGlE8 & HAL arch https://t.co/sEC3hDsjMO

— John Kozyrakis (@ikoz) September 4, 2017

In Android 8.0, Keymaster 3 transitioned from the old-style C-structure Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) to the C++ HAL interface generated from a definition in the new Hardware Interface Definition Language (HIDL).

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Difference between .p12(.pfx) vs .crt(.cer) vs .pem vs .der

PKCS#12 of .pfx or .p12PKCS#12 of .pfx or .p12

The PKCS#12 or PFX format is a binary format for storing the server certificate, any intermediate certificates, and the private key into a single encryptable file. 237 more words


IBM IIB - Self-signed certificate

Below are the commands to create a self-signed certificate using keytool commands and using the same in the broker. The certificate created here should be shared with service consumers in order to secure the services hosted in the broker. 347 more words

IBM Integration Bus

CA-signed vCloud Director certificates no longer trusted - SAN missing

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Some background first. In my test environment, I have a full vCloud Director v8.10.1 deployment, load balanced with an F5 LTM. 502 more words


Renew an Expired CA Signed Certificate

All digital certificates have a validity period and most clients and servers check the certificate expiry. If the certificate is expired it will no longer be considered as a valid certificate. 558 more words


Generating a Java Keystore using SSL certificate, Private Key and Intermediate Certificate for HTTPS

Working with certificates can be a little confusing at times. This article aims to help give a brief understanding about the steps in creating a java keystore with the private key and a certificate signed by a certificate authority. 559 more words

Certificate Signing Request

Truststore & Keystore

In SSL handshake,

  • TrustStore is to verify credentials
  • stores certificates from third party, Java application communicate or certificates signed by CA(certificate authorities like Verisign) which can be used to identify third party.
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