FAQ Category: General
What platforms are supported?
Being a Java based application, CERTivity could run anywhere where an Oracle JRE is available – this covers a wide range of systems such as Microsoft Windows, Linux, Unix and Mac. As there are many flavours of hardware, operating systems and versions available it is practically impossible to test each one of these. We have…
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What is the future of CERTivity?
Our team is working for future versions or CERTivity, versions that will have many new features because CERTivity aims at being a centralized manager and platform for the digital security related assets. Your suggestions for future features are welcome.
Is documentation available?
CERTivity provides documentation in more format types: documentation file, CERTivity.pdf, contained in the doc subdirectory from the distribution kit; application help which can easily be accessed using the application’s Menu Help; many of the application’s components expose Context Sensitive Help (default F1), the Table of Contents tree being synchronized with the current context; a sample subdirectory of the documentation,…
Which are the system requirements?
CERTivity being a GUI desktop application it requires a Graphical Interface to install and run. The minimum configuration required is: processor – 800MHz Intel Pentium III or equivalent, memory – 512 MB, disk space – 100 MB of free disk space. The recommended configuration is: processor – 2.6 GHz Intel Pentium IV or equivalent, memory…
Which Are the Available KeyStores Types in CERTivity Application?
The available KeyStore types are: jks – Java KeyStore (Oracle’s KeyStore format); pkcs12 – Public-Key Cryptography Standards #12 KeyStore (RSA’s Personal Information Exchange Syntax Standard); jceks – Java Cryptography Extension KeyStore (More secure version of JKS); bks – Bouncy Castle KeyStore (Bouncy Castle’s version of JKS); uber – Bouncy Castle UBER KeyStore (More secure version…
What can users do with CERTivity?
CERTivity has the following main features and advantages: a GUI Representation of the security related items, allowing for visualizing in parallel the following types of models: KeyStores, individual Certificates and Test Certificate Scenarios. The GUI representation is taking advantage of the natural approach of using an IDE style interface; KeyStore management – The application is…
What is CERTivity KeyStores Manager?
CERTivity® is a powerful pure Java multi-platform visual KeyStores manager. This standalone GUI desktop application provides a natural experience for managing and using KeyStores, Certificates, KeyPairs (Private Key, Certificates Chain), Secret Keys in various formats. It covers and combines functions that otherwise are available through verbose command line tools or other operating system tools or browsers….