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openssl_pkcs12_export

(PHP 5 >= 5.2.2)

openssl_pkcs12_exportExports a PKCS#12 Compatible Certificate Store File to variable.

Description

bool openssl_pkcs12_export ( mixed $x509 , string &$out , mixed $priv_key , string $pass [, array $args ] )

openssl_pkcs12_export() stores x509 into a string named by out in a PKCS#12 file format.

Parameters

x509

See Key/Certificate parameters for a list of valid values.

out

On success, this will hold the PKCS#12.

priv_key

Private key component of PKCS#12 file.

pass

Encryption password for unlocking the PKCS#12 file.

args

Return Values

Returns TRUE on success or FALSE on failure.

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Anonymous
4 months ago
If you want to include CA-Certificates in the PKCS12 it can be accomplished by using the $args parameter.
<?php
$args
= array(
              
'extracerts' => $CAcert,
              
'friendly_name' => 'My signed cert by CA certificate'
             
);
openssl_pkcs12_export($signed_csr, $cerificate_out, $private_key_resource, $passphrase, $args);
?>
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simoncpu was here
3 years ago
If your certificate is not password-protected, just use null or a blank string.  Otherwise, this function won't work.
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mryom
3 years ago
Example:

<?php
$key
= openssl_pkey_get_private(Private_Key, Password);

openssl_pkcs12_export(Certificate, $iis, $key, Password);
?>
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