From the KeyStore window, you can view specific details for the selected certificate in the Details Panel. The following certificate details will be displayed, similar to opening a standalone certificate:
Validation date period;
Common Name (CN);
Organization Unit (OU);
Organization Name (O);
Locality Name (L);
State Name (ST);
Trust Status (only for Certificate entries, not for the Certificate part of Key Pairs);
This field is not visible when the Certificate details are displayed for user verification in import operations.
The Certificate Details part of the KeyStore window contains also the following actions available:
Test on Custom Protocol - which will open a new window for testing the certificate against a raw TCP/IP connection with the possibility to send text requests;
Get Revocation Status - which will open a dialog to check the revocation status;
View Associated CRL - which will open a new tab to view the entire Certificate Revocation List associated to the certificate in case one is available in the certificate extension;
Open Public Key - which will position the TreeTable on the Public Key node under the Certificate entry and will populate the Details Panel with details about the Public Key (algorithm, key size, modulus, public exponent, ASN.1);
PEM - which will open a new window containing the PEM representation of the certificate;
ASN.1 - which will open a new window containing the ASN.1 representation of the certificate.
Display more certificate fingerprints - which will expand the list of certificate fingerprints by adding to the list the fingerprints of a certificate in the following hashes: MD2, MD4, RIPEMD-128, RIPEMD-160, RIPEMD-256, SHA-224, SHA-256, SHA-384 and SHA-512.
Display less certificate fingerprints - which will collapse the list of certificate fingerprints by removing from the list the fingerprints of a certificate in the following hashes: MD2, MD4, RIPEMD-128, RIPEMD-160, RIPEMD-256, SHA-224, SHA-256, SHA-384 and SHA-512.
A screenshot for Certificate's Details in the KeyStore window can be seen below: