How do I backup an SSL certificate in Tomcat?

Navigate to the SSL Directory where the SSL Keystore is kept. By default, this can be a hidden directory. For example: /root/.keystore Make a copy of the keystore file in this directory. This contains your Private and Public keys. We highly recommend backing up your SSL Certificate on a thumb drive or CD.

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How do I backup an SSL certificate in IBM Websphere Server?

Type ikeyman on a command line on UNIX or start the Key Management utility in the IBM Websphere Server folder. Select Key Database File from the main menu, and then select Open. In the Open dialog box, type your key database name or click the key.kdb file if you are using the default. Click OK. […]

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How do I backup an SSL certificate in Apache?

Locate the private key and certificate files. The following directives in the httpd.conf point to the location of the key and certificate files: SSLCertificateFile …/path/to/mycertfile.crt SSLCACertificateFile /path/to/intermediate.crt SSLCertificateKeyFile …/path/to/mykeyfile.key Copy the .key file, both .crt files (one is the server certificate and the other is the intermediate CA certificate), and the httpd.conf file onto a […]

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How do I export and backup an SSL certificate in Microsoft IIS Version 4.0?

Open the Microsoft Management Console: Start > Programs > Windows NT 4.0 Option Pack > Microsoft Internet Information Server > Internet Service Manager. Right-click the Web site containing the certificate and select Properties. Click the Directory Security tab. In the Secure Communications section, click Edit. Click Key Manager. Select the key to export. On the […]

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