Ich habe ein Zertifikat ("gridcert.p12") im PKCS12-Format, das ich in ein Schlüsselpaar konvertieren möchte, das ich in PuTTY verwenden kann.
Ich verwende OpenSSL, um die PKCS12-Datei in ein Paar PEM-Dateien zu konvertieren, eine für einen privaten Schlüssel, die andere für einen öffentlichen Schlüssel. PuTTY akzeptiert jedoch keine PEM-Schlüssel. Daher versuche ich, den privaten PEM-Schlüssel über den PuTTY-Schlüsselgenerator ("puttygen.exe") in das PPK-Format zu konvertieren. Wenn ich jedoch versuche, den Schlüssel zu laden, gibt der PuTTY-Schlüsselgenerator die Titelfehlermeldung aus.
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# 12:45 22.04.2015 # goal: convert "gridcert.p12" to a PuTTY-useable keypair. first, secluded prior work to subdirectory "old attempts". i decided to keep "gridcert.p12" as-is, rather than regenerate it. current OpenSSL version is "OpenSSL 1.0.2 22 Jan 2015" by The OpenSSL Project. no snapshot; just the stable release. it's meant for a 32-bit system, i think (it's stored in directory "OpenSSL-Win32"). current download of "putty.exe" and "puttygen.exe" from Simon Tatham (http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html). downloaded versions for Windows on Intel x86. "puttygen.exe": beta 0.64.0.0 "putty.exe" : beta 0.63.10188.0 using Windows 8.1 on 64-bit Acer laptop. created mixed public/private key file with: 13:05:21,98>C:\OpenSSL-Win32\bin\openssl pkcs12 -in gridcert.p12 -out keys.pem -nodes Enter Import Password: MAC verified OK created individual private and public keys, respectively, with: 13:10:40,36>C:\OpenSSL-Win32\bin\openssl pkcs12 -in gridcert.p12 -out privatekey.pem -nodes -nocerts Enter Import Password: MAC verified OK 13:11:25,53>C:\OpenSSL-Win32\bin\openssl pkcs12 -in gridcert.p12 -out publickey.pem -nodes -nokeys Enter Import Password: MAC verified OK both keys start with "MII" and end with "==". the private key starts with "MIIEvwIBADANBgk...". the public key starts with "MIIIxzCCBq+gAwI...". the mixed-key file corroborates these observations. both files seem to end with a new-line in both Notepad and Notepad++. the private key has 1653 characters in its body, counting line breaks (not at the beginning or end). the public key has 3050 characters in its body, counting line breaks (not at the beginning or end). opening "puttygen.exe", pushing "Load", and selecting any of "privatekey.pem", "publickey.pem", and "key.pem" generates the error box "Couldn't load private key (not a private key)". running "puttygen.exe" as administrator and trying to Load "privatekey.pem" generates the same error. tried recreating public/private keys with no "-nodes" specifier, instead using "-clcerts": 14:51:12,59>C:\OpenSSL-Win32\bin\openssl pkcs12 -in gridcert.p12 -out publickey_clcerts.pem -clcerts -nokeys Enter Import Password: MAC verified OK 15:06:56,17>C:\OpenSSL-Win32\bin\openssl pkcs12 -in gridcert.p12 -out privatekey_clcerts.pem -clcerts -nocerts Enter Import Password: MAC verified OK Enter PEM pass phrase: Verifying - Enter PEM pass phrase: "puttygen.exe" still gives the same error when i try to Load "privatekey_clcerts.pem" and "publickey_clcerts.pem". the "_clcerts.pem" files look very similar to "privatekey.pem" and "publickey.pem". their bodies both start with "MII" and end with "=". i think that the new public key file is the same as the old. the new private key file is definitely somewhat different from the old. in "puttygen.exe", tried clicking "Conversions -> Import" and selecting "privatekey.pem", but the same error message was returned. tried generating a PuTTY key to see if it runs into same problems. opened "puttygen.exe" and clicked "Generate". moved mouse in blank space to generate randomness (that is so cool). entered a passphrase. clicked "Save private key" and saved it as "privateputty.ppk". clicked "Save public key" and saved it as "publicputty", no extension. clicked "Load" and selected "privateputty.ppk". clicked "Conversions -> Export OpenSSH key", saved it as "privateputtySSH.pem". clicked "Load" and selected "privateputtySSH.pem". a box prompted me for the passphrase, which i entered. a box appeared telling me that i'd successfully imported an OpenSSH SSH-2 private key. i clicked "Okay" and the PuTTY Key Generator stood before me. the PuTTY-generated private key is quite different from the OpenSSL-generated key. it begins right with "-----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY----- "; i.e., no header information. additionally, "privatekey.pem" indicated the key body with "-----BEGIN PRIVATE KEY-----". instead of launching straight into the body after it's "----" intro, "privateputtySSH.pem" has some header info before its gobbledygook body. it almost certainly doesn't start the body with "MII", but it's a bit difficult to tell where the body starts. it terminates the body with "==", like before. finally, it closes with "-----END RSA PRIVATE KEY-----" and a newline.