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PHP CACERT Self-Signed Certificate: Generate self-signed digital certificates

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cacert 1.5GNU General Publi...5.3PHP 5, Cryptography, Security
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This class can generate self-signed digital certificates.

First the class generates the certification authority certificate with given certificate details.

Then it can generate other certificates and sign them with the key of the previously generated certification authority certificate.

The class may also retrieve the public key of a given certificate.

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Certification authorities are organizations that can verify the validity of digital certificates for use in secure connections based on SSL/TLS.

This class can create self-signed certificates to let your organization act as if it is a real certificate authority, as well generate and sign other certifications for other domains.

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(Project abandoned) Cacert is used to generate self-signed certificates.

You can generate the certificate of the certification authority and generate new certificates with that signature


require_once 'Cacert.php';
$CA = new \Vladzur\Cacert\Cacert();
print_r($CA->generateCACERT()); //CA Certificate
$params = array(
    'commonName' => 'Vladimir Zurita',
    'emailAddress' => '',
    'organizationName' => 'Lemontech',
    'organizationalUnitName' => 'Developers'
print_r($CA->generateCert($params)); //USer Certificate
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