by sasctri
Published: September 11, 2022 (2 weeks ago)




Download Gemalto’s developer suite from Gemalto’s website. It costs $150 but will generate the certificate for you in a spreadsheet that you can use to distribute to clients. It has a lot of useful things built in such as automatic revocation checking, but unfortunately it can’t generate a certificate with a CRL. It will work with PPKs but there’s a bug that results in things not working properly. It will generate a (RSA) 4096 bit certificate that expires in 5 years with a “simple trusted root” chain, which is supported by many Java clients.

It has a registry based repository that will detect that a website has changed and update the list of trusted issuers accordingly. It will also generate a pk12 file. It includes a fairly sophisticated set of tooling for applications that support enrolling and managing certificates. It can generate a CSR, a PKCS#10 certificate request and a p12 certificate. It also has a GUI so that it can be easy to use for a novice developer. For certificates that can be purchased it has a web service called Issuance.

On 3 July 2012, Gemalto released version 4 of the developer suite. Version 4 of this release can generate a certificate request and certificate in PFX format. It is not currently the recommended way to generate a certificate, but it does make things much easier. A full list of features in version 4 is included below.

There are some inconsistencies in the list of features between the Gemalto doc (courtesy of James’ answer here) and the actual software. The way I see it, the features that are the same are:

DN. (In order to register a nameserver, DN )

API Key. (No, actually, as you can generate a CA cert with private key)

No, actually, as you can generate a CA cert with private key) Plugin. (No, actually, as the documentation is talking about the repository)

Certificate Editor. (No, actually, this is a PFX cert generation tool, and it doesn’t do revocation checking.)

The remaining differences are just in the doc and in the actual software. By the way, I didn’t download Gemalto’s developer suite, I just opened the document on my computer and made changes to the lines and descriptions to suit my needs.


The steps for the development of your own CA certificate creation tool would be:

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