KeyMan 1.69-aW

A tool for managing keys, certificates, certificate revocation lists (CRLs), and the respective repositories for storing and retrieving these items

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LICENSE TYPE:
Freeware 
FILE SIZE:
636 KB
OUR RATING:
3.0/5
DEVELOPED BY:
IBM Corporation
USER RATING:
4.4/5 3
CATEGORY:
C: \ Security \ Security Related
3 KeyMan Screenshots:
KeyMan - This is the main window of KeyMan from where you can create and manage tokens.KeyMan - From this tab of KeyMan you'll be able to choose the type of token you need to create.KeyMan - The actions you want to take can be easily called from this menu of KeyMan.
Access to various locations online is done through various digital keys. In lack of proper software, managing them can sometimes be for an IT professional a bit problematic because such tools have to meet certain security standards in order to be fit for the job.

KeyMan has been created specifically for the purpose of managing keys, certificates and certificate revocation lists.

Looks and features

The interface of the application is far from being complicated, with easy to understand options and menus being available at the top of the screen.

The functionality of the product includes not just preserving the credentials safely but also additional information such as the validity of the certificates or the processes associated with handling user and server certificates.

Importing from different certificate formats through certain protocols (LDAP/HTTPS) is supported and KeyMan can also be used to create self-signed certificates.

For safekeeping of this type of sensitive data as well as for secure accessing it KeyMan includes software-based cryptographic functions and it can also be used with hardware tokens.

However, for token support the developer provides more documentation in the “native-support” package included in the downloaded archive.

Among other features available in the application is compliance with PKCS standards (#7, #10, #11, #12) and integration with VeriSign and other certificate authorities.

Conclusion

KeyMan is not intended for the average user but for IT professionals that require a simple utility to manage certificates and keys. Although it is not as straightforward as other programs of the same feather it sports sufficient security measures to prevent unauthorized access to the data.

KeyMan was reviewed by , last updated on March 18th, 2014

Runs on: Windows All

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#certificate management #key manager #certificate revocation list #certificate #CRL #key #management

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