Join us for our PKI Solutions webinar series, kicking off March 26, 2020. This will be a year of talking quantum preparedness, validating SSL certificates, multi-cloud key management, ways to improve the security of your PKI, and more. Mark Cooper, aka The PKI Guy, will present and host the webinars. Learn PKI best practices and…

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In this post, I will explain how to create custom certificate trust list (CTL) using PowerShell PKI (PSPKI) module. What is CTL? In short, CTL is a Microsoft open format of portable certificate container based on PKCS#7 format. Although, PKCS#7 already is a simple container for certificate, CTL provides several useful features: Name each list…

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Hello everyone, we are announcing a public availability of PowerShell PKI module v3.5 New Year Edition. New version is a big work around various aspects of PKCS#7 format and messages. Here is a summary of what we’ve done: Time-Stamp Protocol client As a part of improved support of PKCS#7 messages, we added a .NET-compatible RFC…

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I’m glad to announce that a new version of PowerShell PKI (PSPKI) module is released. It is available for installation from PowerShell Gallery: https://www.powershellgallery.com/packages/PSPKI/ PSPKI was in stable development for last year and most changes are bug fixes and usability improvements. Release notes for v3.4.2: https://www.pkisolutions.com/tools/release-notes-for-pspki-v342/. However, it doesn’t mean that the module is done…

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