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Verifies that a pair of "internal" RSA private and public key strings are matched I like to check that a private key file is matched with the public key in an X.509 certificate how I can do?

asked Aug 20 '15 at 11:31

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According to the comments in this example of the ChilkatRsa object:


The modulus and exponent will match in the public and private key if they are a match.

With regard to a X.509 certificate, though I haven't tried it myself, I think you should be able to use the ChilkatCert object to import the X.509 file/bytes, export it to XML, then examine the XML to compare compare the public & private exponent and modulus values.


answered Aug 21 '15 at 08:56

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