What Is OpenSSL Command?
OpenSSL is an open-source-based implementation of the SSL protocol, with versions available for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. It is a highly versatile tool used to create CSRs (Certificate Signing Requests) and Private Keys as well as compare an MD5 hash of different certificates or private keys; verify installed certificates on any website; and convert certificates into other formats. The most common OpenSSL commands are generating Certificate Signing Requests, verifying that a certificate is installed correctly on a website, comparing the MD5 hash of a certificate or private key with other versions, and converting certificates from one format to another.
The Most Common OpenSSL Commands
In this blog, we have mentioned some common OpenSSL commands used for different SSL management purposes. OpenSSL provides a wide range of options and parameters for each command, allowing users to manage their SSL infrastructure and fix their queries in no time.