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PHPki

PHPki is a Web application for managing a multi-agency PKI for HIPAA compliance. With it, you may create and centrally manage X.509 certificates for use with S/MIME enabled e-mail clients, SSL servers, and VPN applications.

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  •  22 Jul 2007 16:48

    Release Notes: This release addresses a number of bugs and enhancements reported on Sourceforge. It ads support for VPN and timestamping certificates. PHP5 compatibility has hopefully been improved.

    •  12 Nov 2005 06:44

      Release Notes: The application is no longer limited to personal e-mail certificates. Enhancements in this release included SSL and IPSEC/VPN certificates, blank passwords on SSL and VPN certificates, user selectable key sizes up to 4096 bits, consolidation of certificate request forms, an option to download PKCS#12 or PEM formated certificates, configurable password file locations, automatic CRL updates, and multiple certificates with the same e-mail or common name.

      •  17 Aug 2003 18:40

        Release Notes: Changed from alpha to beta versioning. Experimental Web server certificate support was added. Sample practices and policy statements are included. Descriptions have been added to menu selections, and insecure temporary file creation is fixed.

        •  07 Apr 2003 05:43

          Release Notes: This release adds certificate status selection/filtering to the public search feature. Search features have also been added to the certificate management control panel.

          •  30 Mar 2003 01:08

            Release Notes: This release adds end-user instructional documentation. A file download bug that could result in corrupt certificates and CRLs is fixed. Certificate/CRL downloads are now a bit more Netscape friendly.

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