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Feature #4953

Add /sslcert command to create a new certificate

Added by westor (GR) about 2 months ago.

Status:
New
Priority:
Normal
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Category:
Scripting
Target version:
Start date:
02/10/2020
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0%

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Operative System:
All

Description

Hello,

I wanna suggest something useful and practically in certain cases, /sslcert command to create a new client certificate, this just an temporary idea if you have something better in your mind that will be better and more easier then ok.

This will help new users to create and use SSL Certificate easier.

Usage:

/sslcert [-t] [common name] [organization] [unit] [country code] [filename.ext\path]

-t = Will set and use that new certificate.

if [common name] not specified it will use "Localhost" the default one.
if [organization] not specified it will use "Personal" the default one.
if [unit] not specified it will use "Communication" the default one.
if [country code] not specified it will use the default one.
if [filename.ext\path] not specified the it will create the new certificate with the default name.ext in the default destination.

Examples:

/sslcert -t
/sslcert -t Dimitris PS. Self-Employed Communication-Reasons GR "C:\mycert.pfx"

- Thanks!

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