Get pfx certificate information.
Pfx = Personal Information Exchange, each .pfx file includes both a certificate and a private key.
Syntax Get-PfxCertificate [-filePath] string [CommonParameters] Key -filePath The full path to the .pfx file of the secured file. (may be piped) CommonParameters: -Verbose, -Debug, -ErrorAction, -ErrorVariable, -WarningAction, -WarningVariable, -OutBuffer -OutVariable.
When the .pfx certificate file is not password-protected, the value of the Authentication parameter of Invoke-Command must be "CredSSP".
Get information about the ss64.pfx certificate:
PS C:\> get-pfxcertificate -filepath C:\windows\system32\ss64.pfx
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Related PowerShell Commands:
Get-AuthenticodeSignature - Get the signature object associated with a file
Set-AuthenticodeSignature - Place a signature in a .ps1 script or other file
Pvk2pfx.exe - SDK tool to copy public/private key information from .spc, .cer, and .pvk files to a .pfx file.
Equivalent bash commands: build-ca (Easy RSA)