Term:Public Key Certificate

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CNSSI 4009

Public Key Certificate - Contains the name of a user, the public key component of the user, and the name of the issuer who vouches that the public key component is bound to the named user.

FIPS 140-2

Public Key Certificate - a set of data that uniquely identifies an entity, contains the entity's public key, and is digitally signed by a trusted party, thereby binding the public key to the entity.

NIST IR 7298

Public Key Certificate - A digital document issued and digitally signed by the private key of a Certification Authority that binds the name of a subscriber to a public key. The certificate indicates that the subscriber identified in the certificate has sole control and access to the private key. SOURCE: SP 800-63

NIST IR 7298

Public Key Certificate - A set of data that unambiguously identifies an entity, contains the entity's public key, and is digitally signed by a trusted third party (certification authority). SOURCE: FIPS 196

NIST IR 7298

Public Key Certificate - A set of data that uniquely identifies an entity, contains the entity's public key, and is digitally signed by a trusted party, thereby binding the public key to the entity. SOURCE: FIPS 140-2

NIST SP 800-46

Public Key Certificate - An identifying digital certificate that typically includes the public key, information about the identity of the party holding the corresponding private key, and the operational period for the certificate, authenticated by the digital signature of the certification authority (CA) that issued the certificate. In addition, the certificate may contain other information about the signing party or information about the recommended uses for the public key. A subscriber is an individual or business entity that has contracted with a CA to receive a digital certificate verifying an identity for digitally signing electronic messages.

NIST SP 800-56A

Public Key Certificate - A set of data that contains an entity's identifier(s), the entity's public key (including an indication of the associated set of domain parameters, if any) and possibly other information, and is digitally signed by a trusted party, thereby binding the public key to the included identifier(s).

NIST SP 800-57P1

Public Key Certificate - A set of data that uniquely identifies an entity, contains the entity's public key and possibly other information, and is digitally signed by a trusted party, thereby binding the public key to the entity. Additional information in the certificate could specify how the key is used and its cryptoperiod.

NIST SP 800-57P2

Public Key Certificate - A set of data that uniquely identifies an entity, contains the entity's public key and possibly other information, and is digitally signed by a trusted party, thereby binding the public key to the entity. Additional information in the certificate could specify how the key is used and its cryptoperiod.

NIST SP 800-63v1.0.2

Public Key Certificate - A digital document issued and digitally signed by the private key of a Certification Authority that binds the name of a subscriber to a public key. The certificate indicates that the subscriber identified in the certificate has sole control and access to the private key. See also [RFC 3280]