Asked by: Ibis Villanueva-Agorretaasked in category: General Last Updated: 12th May, 2020
What is a public key infrastructure certificate?
Regarding this, what do you mean by public key infrastructure?
A public key infrastructure (PKI) allows users of the Internet and other public networks to engage in secure communication, data exchange and money exchange. This is done through public and private cryptographic key pairs provided by a certificate authority.
Additionally, how do I find my public key certificate?
- Open Internet Explorer.
- Click the Content tab.
- Highlight your Client Digital Certificate you intend to use for FDA submissions.
- The Certificate Export Wizard will start.
- Select the No, Do Not Export the Private Key option.
- Select the Export File Format options listed below.
- Click the Browse.
Subsequently, one may also ask, how does public key infrastructure work?
PKI (or Public Key Infrastructure) is the framework of encryption and cybersecurity that protects communications between the server (your website) and the client (the users). It works by using two different cryptographic keys: a public key and a private key. This protects the user's information from theft or tampering.
What type of certificate is most often used in modern PKI?
Common Uses of Certificates The most familiar use of PKI is in SSL certificates. SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is the security protocol used on the web when you fetch a page whose address begins with https: . TLS (Transport Layer Security) is a newer version of the protocol.