1 (edited by sungyun 2015-10-07 18:38:38)

Topic: [Solved] openssl utility compatibility

Hello

Before I had used Openssl, I replace openssl to wolfssl except one.

My system use below commands to make a encrypted private key.

$> openssl rsa -aes256 -in ./res/my.key -out ./res/my.key.out -passout pass:5678

Does wolfssl support a similar utility like openssl ?

cat my.key.out

-----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----
Proc-Type: 4,ENCRYPTED
DEK-Info: AES-256-CBC,4B3E3307407EAAB21B7E1BC1D6560F7C

NyTZeCdspSuJU5CNSrWz3A5075KIsT+39HVQjOK0QMQd3iHD+V8/7+fsNZwHMy3U

......................

4g2RkrF+0a/Jaw5qZMHbG+Ho1+kxchT6Q5wqN4UjWGSZ2iT+vbvRZAFbG6lp5uYG
-----END RSA PRIVATE KEY-----

Thanks
Sungyun

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Re: [Solved] openssl utility compatibility

Hi sungyun,

We do have a command line utility in development which currently can hash, encrypt, decrypt and benchmark. Development on X509 Certificate generation is next on the to-do list for the utility however is not yet completed. Keep an eye out on this branch: https://github.com/wolfSSL/wolfssl-exam … master/clu for a commit in the future stating X509 Certificate generation is working.

Unfortunately we do not have a time-frame for completion of X509 Certificate generation. It is however an ongoing effort.

Kind Regards,

Kaleb

Re: [Solved] openssl utility compatibility

Thanks Kaleb smile

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