Portecle 1.8

Easy to use GUI application for managing cryptography related issues
Portecle is a free and user friendly GUI application for creating, examining and managing keystores, keys, certificates, certificate requests, certificate revocation lists and more.

Main features:

  • Create, load, save, and convert keystores.
  • Generate DSA and RSA key pair entries with self-signed version 1 X.509 certificates.
  • Import X.509 certificate files as trusted certificates.
  • Import key pairs from PKCS #12 files.
  • Clone and change the password of key pair entries and keystores.
  • View the details of certificates contained within keystore entries, certificate files, and SSL/TLS connections.
  • Export keystore entries in a variety of formats.
  • Generate and view certification requests (CSRs).
  • Import Certificate Authority (CA) replies.
  • Change the password of key pair entries and keystores.
  • Delete, clone, and rename keystore entries.
  • View the details of certificate revocation list (CRL) files.

last updated on:
April 5th, 2014, 10:22 GMT
file size:
3.2 MB
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Ville Skytta
license type:
GPL 
operating system(s):
Mac OS X
binary format:
Universal Binary
category:
Home \ Security

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5 Screenshots
Portecle - The context menu will allow you to quickly view the certificate details or import a CA reply with a click of a button.Portecle - The Examine menu helps you to examine a certificate, a SSL/TLS connection, a Certification Request or a CRL.Portecle - Using the Tools menu you will be able to easily generate a key pair, import a trusted certificate or change the keystore type.Portecle - The CA Certs Keystore Options tab allows you to enable/disable the CA Certs Keystore and to customize its local path.Portecle - This dialog will allow you to easily change the software's look and feel on your Mac.
What's New in This Release:
  • Enhancements:
  • Add support for BKS-V1 keystores (thanks to Jan Peter Stotz, #3).
  • Command line arg that looks like host:port opens SSL/TLS connection dialog.
  • Finnish translation (incomplete).
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