Ejbca - PKI Certificate Authority software

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EJBCA is an enterprise class PKI Certificate Authority software. It supports SSL/TLS, Smart card logon to Windows and/or Linux, Signing and encrypting email (SMIME), Mobile PKI, Secure mobile networks and lot more.

http://www.ejbca.org/

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