domain.key) – $ openssl genrsa -des3 -out domain.key 2048. CRLF shouldn't matter; Apache uses OpenSSL and OpenSSL accepts and ignores CR in PEM on all systems even Unix.However, there is a different Windows-caused issue: many Windows programs like to put a Byte Order Mark, appropriately abbreviated BOM(b! I think my configuration file has all the settings for the "ca" command. server.pem only contains the key, and thus -cert is correct when it says unable to load certificate. If it doesn't say 'RSA key ok', it isn't OK!" The key ID is not a valid PKCS#11 URI as defined by RFC7512. You have to give the passphrase you used to encrypt the private key of the CA (CAkey.pem), i.e. Below is the command to create a password-protected and, 2048-bit encrypted private key file (ex. There is no certificate. In this section, will see how to use OpenSSL commands that are specific to creating and verifying the private keys. This is a CentOS server with OpenSSL version 1.0.2 (22 Jan 2015). PKCS11_load_public_key returned NULL unable to load key file $ openssl dgst -engine pkcs11 -keyform engine -verify "pkcs11:object=SIGN%20pubkey;type=public" -sha256 -sigopt rsa_padding_mode:pss -sigopt rsa_pss_saltlen:-1 -signature sig1.out ~/src/wtls-verifier engine "pkcs11" set. Yes. I am trying to verify a signature, but get "unable to load key file." Openssl unable to load private key bad base64 decode. OpenSSL command line error: unable to load client certificate private key file. the one you provided when you did 'ca genca'. Create a Private Key. @Sahithi, as your command output shows, the file does not contain the certificate and key. Unable to load Public Key (OpenSSL RSA, Debian Squeeze) ... And here's the command I'm using to try to encrypt a message (contained in file "archivo") and save the result to file "encriptado": Code: openssl rsautl -encrypt -inkey pub.pem -pubin -in archivo -out encriptado. Hello, I am building an OpenSSL application to process credit cards. 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