Decode your Certificate Signing Request (CSR)
When it comes to issuing an SSL certificate, a Certificate Signing Request plays a vital role. You must make sure that all the information is absolutely correct and up-to-date as even the tiniest little mistake could lead to miss-issuance or rejection of your application.
We not only help you to generate a CSR, but we also help you decode your CSR so that you can verify that it contains all the correct information. It is always good to stay clear of trouble by double-checking the information. Not to mention that this becomes a necessary practice if you're re-using your old CSR or have several CSRs for multiple orders.
Verify your CSR contents
The Certificate Signing Request (CSR) Decoder is a simple tool used to decrypt the information in your Certificate Signing Request. The decryption allows you to check whether it contains the correct information or not.
Basically, a CSR is an encrypted message containing identifying information sent to a Certificate Authority to apply for an SSL Certificate. Your CSR should start with:
-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE REQUEST-----
and end with:
-----END CERTIFICATE REQUEST-----
Note: There must be five dashes on either side of both prompts.
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