Trying to convert .p12 to .pem in order to import the cert key into CEM.
Thanks in advance for any/all help.
I don't have experience on windows cert. but trying to help you. check following link that might help.
check this out. I hope it might help you
the doc is no helpful since it's very generic. I am working with WebLogic and not seeing where the .key file would be. It's a Windows 10 Server w/ WebLogic
You can use Open SSL
Convert PFX to PEM
openssl pkcs12 -in certificate.pfx -out certificate.cer -nodes
I see a Weblogic KB on this .
Yeah, I downloaded OpenSSL onto my desktop and then used command prompt to generate .pem private key. Will try and see if that works with CEM recording.
Hallett_German - for the private key (.pem) file to import successfully into CEM:
A. does CEM crosscheck that key with that particular app traffic to see if it can decrypte?
B. does CEM check to ensure the passphrase is correct for the .pem file?
Is it A?
Is it B?
Is it A & B?
Is is A or B?
Basically, what does CEM need to successfully import a private key (.pem) file?
I don't believe it checks upon submission, but JMertin may be able to answer this.
I do know it checks the passphrase and you will get an error if it is incorrect. My guess is it doesn't do a.
My guess is the same. As long as the private key file (.pem) aligns with the passphrase.......CEM goes ahead and imports it.
Now how to troubleshoot if the that .pem is NOT decrypting the traffic?
So, found out that the app performs a Diffie Hellman key exchange on the load-balancer. Since CEM doesn't support Diffie Hellman, we turned it off and problem solved.
I am now able to see the transaction during recording in CEM.
Thanks Junaid! Great to see community members helping out each other!
Thank You, useful!
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