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Create self-signed certificates for HTTPS with Apache Tomcat

This entry will guide through the process of creating a self-signed certificate to use on anĀ Apache Tomcat 7 or 8 HTTPS connector. Self-signed certificates allow secure, encrypted HTTPS connections but are not certified by any trusted certificate authority. 645 more words


Announcing KeyChain.NET: a unified API for using KeyChain on many platforms

Storing and accessing private keys and passwords can be a tricky task. How far do you need to go to protect your (and the user’s) data? 334 more words

Application Development And Integration

Tomcat Mutual ssl configuration

Lately I had to configure tomcat for mutual SSL. I ran into some problems and here is what helped me.

In fact, My problem was not having the correct certification path in my keystore. 330 more words

Java keystore creation with keytool

1. Create key stores

keytool -genkey -alias server -keyalg RSA -keystore server.jks -storepass serverpass -dname “CN=deccan, OU=BAS, O=Company, L=City, ST=ST, C=US”

keytool -genkey -alias client -keyalg RSA -keystore client.jks -storepass clientpass -dname “CN=deccan, OU=BAS, O=Company, L=City, ST=ST, C=US” 168 more words


Configure SSL/HTTPS on Tomcat with Self-Signed Certificate

Regarding security, the https with SSL is a minimum requirement. Moreover it has relatively low cost in implementation. Thanks to it your transport layer will be encrypted, preventing sniffing and main in the middle attack. 563 more words


Signing an Android Apk Without Eclipse (in Mac OS X)

From time to time I get frustrated with Eclipse. For those who have buggy software or other problems that hinder you from creating an apk file, you can follow these steps apart from opening Eclipse. 1,546 more words


Keytool commands

Display contents of a keystore/JKS file

  • keytool -list -keystore <KEYSTORE.JKS>

Use -v for verbose mode

  • keytool -list -v -keystore <KEYSTORE.JKS>