This is the Linux app named Halimede whose latest release can be downloaded as HalimedeCA.msi. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Halimede is a simple to use Certificate Authority. It supports multiple CA (Certificate Authorities) from a single interface, with each CA is stored within it's own datastore instance.
Halimede supports a large range of public key ciphers, including RSA, DSA, ECDSA (NIST/SEC/ANSI X9.62/Brainpool Curves), EdDSA (ED25519/ED448), GOST R34.10, DSTU 4145-2002 and numerous Post-Quantum Ciphers including Rainbow, SPHINCS-256, XMSS/XMSS-MT and qTESLA for X509 Certificate generation.
Halimede is available as either a Standalone Application, as a Plugin for the Eclipse IDE, or can be integrated with any other Eclipse e4 RCP based application.
- X509 Certificate Management
- Wide range of key ciphers, including RSA, DSA, EC, ED25519/ED448, GOST R34.10, DSTU4145, Rainbow, SPHINCS-256, XMSS/XMSS-MT and qTESLA
- X509 Certificate Templates
- Export Certificates and keying material in both PEM and DER formats.
- Create self-signed general purpose X509 Certificates.
- Certificate and keying material details exported as either HTML or Plain Text reports.
- Able to support definition of Key Usage, Extended Key Usage and Subject Alternative Names for Certificate generation, allowing defined usage of issued Certificates.
- Each CA is password protected, with the option that each issued certificate details are protected by individual independent passwords with the datastore.
- The datastore uses AES-256 cipher by default to protect Certificates and keying material.
Information Technology, Advanced End Users, System Administrators, Developers, Security Professionals
Java SWT, Eclipse
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