The Java Development Kit maintains a CA keystore file named cacerts in folder jre/lib/security. JDKs provide a tool named keytool to manipulate the keystore. keytool has no functionality to extract the private key out of the keystore, but this is possible with third-party tools like jksExportKey, CERTivity, Portecle and KeyStore Explorer.
- Java Secure Socket Extension
- Keyring (cryptography)
- Public-key infrastructure
- KeyTool which runs in the actual Android device to create keystores for standalone developments for *.apk files.
- keytool - Key and Certificate Management Tool
- CERTivity - A multi-platform visual tool for managing keystores
- Portecle - Portecle is an open-source GUI application for creating, managing and examining keystores.
- KeyStore Explorer - An open source GUI replacement for the Java command-line utilities keytool, jarsigner and jadtool.
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