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  1. Hi Guys, I need to generate an AES file key (CBC/PKCS7/256bit) using PHP and then obviously need to store the key. The second phase is to encrypt a string using the key generated and stored above, however for the moment its the key generation that is the issue. My first thought was to use OpenSSL as it is a library that can be added to any Apache installation. Any help is greatly appreciated. Cheers in advance.
  2. I am working on below things: Generate CSR(Certificate Signing Request) Upload SSL Certificates To generate SSL certificate I am using something like: $privkey = openssl_pkey_new(); $csr = openssl_csr_new($dn, $privkey); $sscert = openssl_csr_sign($csr, null, $privkey, $days); openssl_csr_export($csr, $csrout); openssl_pkey_export($privkey, $pkeyout, $_POST['password']); openssl_pkey_export_to_file($privkey, "<path/to/store/server.key>"); openssl_csr_export_to_file($csr, "/tmp/".<domain-name>.".csr"); Now using CSR request, I am able to generate <domain-name.cer>,<DigitalCert.cer>. Now once I upload this(.cer) certificates, I need to verify those certificates. Reason: Someone generated these certificates on say "a.com" and tries to upload on "b.com". this should not happen, so I want to validate the uploaded SSL certificates. In PHP, we have $ok = openssl_verify($data, $signature, $pubkeyid); but i am not able to get what things would be treated as $data, $signature and $pubkeyid based on the above certificate generation process. Please help me on this. Sample code will be really appreciated Eagerly waiting for the reply . Thanks, Viren Ajmera
  3. Hi All, I am trying to make openssl work for Windows XP with the aim of being able to use the function ftp_ssl_connect(). I have gone over a lot of sites but I am running into what looks like a simple problem, but I think I have spent enough time on it to warrant some help. I have downloaded and extracted the files from the following file: php-5.2.17-Win32-VC6-x86 I have configured the apache2.2 conf file and the php ini file and it all works fine except for openssl. In the php ini file i have uncommented the line extension=php_openssl.dll and i have copied the files libeay32.dll and ssleay32.dll into the windows/system32 folder. phpinfo says that openssl is enabled. Now the problem: I have read that I can configure php by running the following command from the shell ./configure --with-openssl /usr/bin/openssl but this is where I keep getting the following error (I have installed openssl from Win32OpenSSL-1_0_1e.exe): '.' is not recognized as an internal or external command. some help would be greatly appreciated
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