Java application to convert SSL Certificates into Microchip TCPIP Stack format

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This project is to create a standalone utility that converts a SSL certificate & associated private key file (2048 bit) into the C language constant arrays suitable for use in the Microchip Application Library TCPIP Stack SSL format

Refer [url removed, login to view] for the downloadable library page

[url removed, login to view] for the dl link

Install, open the TCPIP help file and refer to Stack API > SSL > Generating Server Certificates
(This is 512bit key specific but will give you the guidelines)

In the directory installed to above, refer to:
- \TCPIP\Demo App\SSLKeys\[url removed, login to view] & [url removed, login to view] for sample input files
- \TCPIP\Demo App\CustomSSLCert.c for sample output (see attached images as well)

Functionality required:

1. Allows the user to browse to and select a SSL [url removed, login to view] format certificate from their local file system
2. Allows the user to select a SSL private key file from their local file system
3. On clicking 'Generate' will produce 2 outputs into text areas from which the user can select & copy:
3a Certificate output
3b Private key output

In each of the attached jpg's is the expected output for each of 3a & 3b above that the user can select.


- A complete Eclipse compatible project folder that I can open and run including imported dependant libraries
- You can use any 'free for commercial use' SSL library you choose (This utility will be posted on [url removed, login to view])
- I am a GitHub & Java noob however if possible I will enable you to post directly to the above repository

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