PKCS7 is a type of digital security certificate used by various applications to authenticate a web identity, and it is associated with P7C files. In this case, the P7C files contain a public key used to verify an entity through the use of public key cryptography.
Basically, a digital certificate is part of a Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), as part of a system of digital certificates, certificate authorities and other registration authorities to authenticate the validity of the parties involved in an electronic transaction and where it is done. the use of public key cryptography is necessary.
The PKCS7 is a standard on the syntax of the cryptographic message framed within RFC2315.
Users are recommended to use Microsoft Certificate Manager software to manage P7C (PKCS7) files.
If you downloaded a PKCS7 file on Android device you can open it by following steps below:
To open PKCS7 File on iOS device follow steps below:
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