before clicking on export you just need to check “Protected by password”.
The password used will be the one of the user.
Yes I found it, but that works only for user certs.
That solves half my problem.
I need to password protect host certs too.
I intend to use both user and host certs on a product that has to follow national security rules with zeroshell as a netcenter.
They demand password protection and there is no way to pass it.
So is there any way to do that?
Maybe by using openssl (as I guess that what’s being used) in the command shell?
Still a great thing thou, zeroshell.