Environment: webMethods 7.1.2
We are in the process of migrating webMethods 7.1.2 to a different integration tool. And one of the effort in it is to move webM enterprise private and public certs(for AS2) to this new tool.
I was able to provide webM used certs but in the new tool when importing a private key/cert there is a mandatory option called ‘password used to encrypt private key’. And this is something we are struck at…
I am not very familiar with cert creation process…but in going thru the documentation(webMethods cert toolkit), under ‘create private key’ I don’t see an option of passing in password, there is a password option when creating CSR, but as per the doc this is only used for revocation and not for any sort of encryption.
So help me here guys...whats a private key password and how do I find it? Is there an openssl command that I can use to extract password from the key(if password is in the key)