Root CA Viewer Lite

Root CA Viewer Lite


Android 4.0 or later has supported a management for
'Trusted Root CA Certificate' store by settings
(See 'settings > security > trusted CA certificate').
However its certificate viewer shows just only
following information.

- Subject Name
- Issuer Name
- Validity Period (missing hours,mins,seconds)
- SHA256 finger print
- SHA1 finger print

This 'Root CA Viewer Lite' shows
much more information as following:

- X.509 Certificate Basic Fields
- Version
- Serial Number
- Issuer Name
- Validity Period (with hours,mins,seconds in local time)
- Subject Name
- Subject Public Key Info
- Public Key of RSA/DSA, key size
- Signature Algorithm
- X.509v3 extensions (with critical flags)
- Basic Constraints (cA flag, pathLen)
- Key Usage
- Extended Key Usage
- Issuer Alt Name
- Subject Alt Name
- Other Information
- SHA256 finger print
- SHA1 finger print
- Key Store Alias Name

SUPPORTED VERSION:

Android 4.0 or later.

Since trusted root certificate store architecture
was changed by Android 4.0.
If you need CA viewer for old Android,
'CACertMan' or others
can be recommended.

From the version 1.2.2, this can export a zip archive of
DER formatted X.509 trusted root certificates to /sdcard folder.

NOTE:

** Permission for 'INTERNET' and 'ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE' are
required to show Ads.

Recent changes:
04-NOV-2013: version 1.2.2 - Exports all trusted root certificates by menu.
13-NOV-2012: version 1.1.0 - Display RSA/DSA Public Key
RSA: key size, modulus, public exponent
DSA: key size, Y and parameters(P,Q,G)
22-OCT-2012: version 1.0.0 - The first release
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About Root CA Viewer Lite
Android 4.0 or later has supported a management for
'Trusted Root CA Certificate' store by settings
(See 'settings > security > trusted CA certificate').
However its certificate viewer shows just only
following information.

- Subject Name
- Issuer Name
- Validity Period (missing hours,mins,seconds)
- SHA256 finger print
- SHA1 finger print

This 'Root CA Viewer Lite' shows
much more information as following:

- X.509 Certificate Basic Fields
- Version
- Serial Number
- Issuer Name
- Validity Period (with hours,mins,seconds in local time)
- Subject Name
- Subject Public Key Info
- Public Key of RSA/DSA, key size
- Signature Algorithm
- X.509v3 extensions (with critical flags)
- Basic Constraints (cA flag, pathLen)
- Key Usage
- Extended Key Usage
- Issuer Alt Name
- Subject Alt Name
- Other Information
- SHA256 finger print
- SHA1 finger print
- Key Store Alias Name

SUPPORTED VERSION:

Android 4.0 or later.

Since trusted root certificate store architecture
was changed by Android 4.0.
If you need CA viewer for old Android,
'CACertMan' or others
can be recommended.

From the version 1.2.2, this can export a zip archive of
DER formatted X.509 trusted root certificates to /sdcard folder.

NOTE:

** Permission for 'INTERNET' and 'ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE' are
required to show Ads.

Recent changes:
04-NOV-2013: version 1.2.2 - Exports all trusted root certificates by menu.
13-NOV-2012: version 1.1.0 - Display RSA/DSA Public Key
RSA: key size, modulus, public exponent
DSA: key size, Y and parameters(P,Q,G)
22-OCT-2012: version 1.0.0 - The first release

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A Google User
Jan 5, 2013
Cant add/delete certificates
A Google User
Jan 5, 2013
Cant add/delete certificates