Certificate properties

Depending on the certificate, more properties or fewer properties might appear in the certificate synchronization tool of the BlackBerry Desktop Software.

Property

Description

Certificate Label

This field displays the name of the certificate. By default, the certificate synchronization tool displays the name of the certificate subject.

Security Level

This field displays the security level of the certificate if the certificate contains a private key.

Email Address

This field displays the email address of the certificate subject.

Certificate Source

This field displays the name of the certificate server that the certificate is located on or the name of the Windows key store on the computer that the certificate is located on.

Serial Number

This field displays the certificate serial number in hexadecimal format.

Signature Algorithm

This field displays the algorithm that the certificate issuer used to generate the digital signature.

Issuer

This field displays detailed information about the certificate issuer.

Valid From

This field displays the date that the certificate issuer specified as the start date for the certificate.

Valid To

This field displays the date that the certificate issuer specified as the expiration date for the certificate.

Subject

This field displays detailed information about the certificate subject.

Public Key

This field displays the standard that the public key complies to. Your BlackBerry smartphone supports RSA, DSA, Diffie-Hellman, and ECC keys.

Subject Alternative Name

This field displays an alternate email address for the certificate, if known.

Authority Information Access

This field displays the location of and access method for the OCSP status responders.

Key Usage

This field displays approved uses for the public key.

Thumbprint Algorithm

This field displays the hash algorithm used to calculate the digital thumbprint of the certificate.

Thumbprint

This field displays the digital thumbprint of the certificate. The digital thumbprint is a hash of the certificate encoding.



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