Ejbca 7.11.0

Ejbca 7.11.0


EJBCA (Enterprise JavaBeans Certificate Authority) is an open-source software system for managing public-key infrastructure (PKI) certificates. It provides a complete PKI solution, including a certificate authority, registration authority, and certificate validation service. EJBCA is designed to be scalable, customizable, and secure, with features like multi-CA support, OCSP and CRL management, and support for various types of certificates and smart cards.

  • Multi-CA support
  • OCSP and CRL management
  • Various types of certificates and smart card support
  • Flexible certificate profiles and certificate templates
  • Integration with external systems and applications
  • User and role management with support for LDAP and Active Directory

  • Enterprise-level Certificate Management: EJBCA is an ideal solution for organizations that need to manage a large number of digital certificates across multiple certificate authorities. It provides a centralized certificate management system that allows for easy certificate issuance, revocation, and renewal, as well as support for various types of certificates and smart cards.
  • Public Key Infrastructure for Government Agencies: Government agencies need to maintain a secure and reliable PKI infrastructure to ensure the integrity and confidentiality of sensitive data. EJBCA provides a complete PKI solution that meets the security and scalability requirements of government agencies.

  1. Install EJBCA on a server
  2. Configure the certificate authorities, certificate profiles, and certificate templates
  3. Set up the registration authority and validation authority
  4. Configure the OCSP and CRL management
  5. Issue and manage digital certificates
  6. Integrate with external systems and applications

  • Written in Java
  • Runs on various application servers, such as JBoss, Tomcat, and WebSphere
  • Supports various databases, such as MySQL, Oracle, and PostgreSQL
  • Uses X.509 certificates and PKCS#11 for smart card support
  • Supports various protocols, such as SCEP, CMP, and EST

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