Re: X.509 certificates
On 11/18/2012 4:28 AM, brawnwithbrain wrote:
> Please, I need the answer to this question.
> As I am a novice programmer, I am finding it hard to answer this question.
> Demonstrate the use of X.509 certificate to exchange messages that achieve confidentiality. The client loads the serverâ€™s certificate and proceeds to verify its authenticity and validity. This includes checking the expiration date and verifying if the certificate was signed using the private key that corresponds to
> the specified public key. Also, print the content of the certificate you received. If the certificate received is valid, proceed to exchange confidential messages between the two parties.
> Create an X.509 certificate for the Server, using RSA as the key generation algorithm. This certificate can be self-signed and it should have your name. Use keytool for this purpose. keytool is installed as part of the standard Java SDK/Runtime library, and is located in its bin subfolder. Refer to the keytoolâ€™s documentation for further instructions.
Start doing as the assignment requires and ask specific questions
when you get stuck.
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