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openssl_pkey_new(3) [php man page]

OPENSSL_PKEY_NEW(3)							 1						       OPENSSL_PKEY_NEW(3)

openssl_pkey_new - Generates a new private key

resource openssl_pkey_new ([array $configargs]) DESCRIPTION
openssl_pkey_new(3) generates a new private and public key pair. The public component of the key can be obtained using openssl_pkey_get_public(3). Note You need to have a valid openssl.cnf installed for this function to operate correctly. See the notes under the installation section for more information. PARAMETERS
o $configargs - You can finetune the key generation (such as specifying the number of bits) using $configargs. See openssl_csr_new(3) for more information about $configargs. RETURN VALUES
Returns a resource identifier for the pkey on success, or FALSE on error. PHP Documentation Group OPENSSL_PKEY_NEW(3)

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OPENSSL_SPKI_NEW(3)							 1						       OPENSSL_SPKI_NEW(3)

openssl_spki_new - Generate a new signed public key and challenge

string openssl_spki_new (resource &$privkey, string &$challenge, [int $algorithm]) DESCRIPTION
Generates a signed public key and challenge using specified hashing algorithm PARAMETERS
o $privkey -$privkey should be set to a private key that was previously generated by openssl_pkey_new(3) (or otherwise obtained from the other openssl_pkey family of functions). The corresponding public portion of the key will be used to sign the CSR. o $challenge - The challenge associated to associate with the SPKAC o $algorithm - The digest algorithm. See openssl_get_md_method(). RETURN VALUES
Returns a signed public key and challenge string or NULL on failure. ERRORS
/EXCEPTIONS Emits an E_WARNING level error if an unknown signature algorithm is passed via the $algorithm parameter. EXAMPLES
Example #1 openssl_spki_new(3) example Generate a new SPKAC with the default digest (MD5) <?php $pkey = openssl_pkey_new('secret password'); $spkac = openssl_spki_new($pkey, 'testing'); if ($spkac !== NULL) { echo $spkac; } else { echo "SPKAC generation failed"; } ?> The above example will output something similar to: MIICRzCCAS8wggEiMA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBAQUAA4IBDwAwggEKAoIBAQDM3V3sS4o4 mB9dczziRnjGAmSp+JwPrHoYMAFGvDNmZGyiWfU586X4BKs++BAj7e/FsAfno0Hd hN9FwpCNFSox30L03nQvLYJE7f/WqigwBeMRT7Op/xvFks4sT70xP2HRYv4KqP9a WRcKU6cFH8VxhFhqM2txEIxZKdFLaL28yT7bEDmcglf4JLDdgNMb9rET1dkgtKE6 dOaJHPGjf1uvnOH4YwkQr7n4sLUR3Kdbh0ZJAFuQVDZulo+LLzxBBkqJJcB6FhF+ oXCdHTKZnqAhpWDz+NXYytAmevab6IYm5TWPWsJUv1YKJA5lg2mXbbloIZlN9Mgc i9fi03bdw+crAgMBAAEWB3Rlc3RpbmcwDQYJKoZIhvcNAQEEBQADggEBALyUvP/o pPSoWBlorFyZ2RnGwKf9qMpE0q2IJP7G3oDR4LyK/m933DUiZ+YnqThrH/CWb4Ek y5I3OCyl3S4wCuU1ibZZwDVwYShr5ELp0J9PEf7qMQZOhNsizoC7k+Czb2xB6hYW sKfsfTKm3cXBtH3fdgc/Z1Z7VSWnAzYo38snqm72NTf5yFRnrQdphNNXi+kn1zHA lxXRyFDXHOcYsOnwAWfyXFA4QDHQ0ezz0UoCY8gJXovcZb4GRYqOLUAsF2HcNboy 29WN8VqE29sL9QxVZFlwMcqyoLcNnyw38GvNvAGqSvzzbnEFP2MAQXJVe0H0hdp/ MML5G2iNVgNozAo= SEE ALSO
openssl_spki_new(3), openssl_spki_export_challenge(3), openssl_spki_export(3), openssl_csr_new(3), openssl_csr_sign(3). PHP Documentation Group OPENSSL_SPKI_NEW(3)

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