Sectigo Certificate Manager offers its customers several different certificate formats for use with the various server software platforms available on the market today.
We presently offer:
PKCS#7 is commonly used with IIS 5.x and later.
This file contains the: Root, Intermediate(s) and your certificate; all rolled into a single file.
X509 Base64 is also commonly referred/known as PEM format.
This file typically includes (in order): Root, Intermediate(s) and your certificate.
This file includes only the Root and Intermediate CA certificates (in order) for your domain/entity certificate.
This file contains only your domain/entity certificate and is commonly used with Apache-based systems (Apache Directive: SSLCertificateFile), Tomcat and Oracle Wallet Manager.
This file contains only the Intermediate(s) and Root CA certificates (in reverse order) and is commonly used with Apache-based systems (Apache2 Directive: SSLCertificateChainfile). This file is also known as a 'CA Bundle' or 'Certificate Chain File'.
Note: Some software will want the certificates in this file in its own separate file. If this is needed, simply use a text-editor and extract them accordingly. (e.g. Tomcat when using 'keytool', Oracle Wallet Manager, IKEYMAN)