ADT certificate command

The -certificate command lets you create a self-signed digital code signing certificate. The command uses the following syntax:

adt -certificate -cn name -ou orgUnit -o orgName -c country -validityPeriod years key-type output password

-cn The string assigned as the common name of the new certificate.

-ou A string assigned as the organizational unit issuing the certificate. (Optional.)

-o A string assigned as the organization issuing the certificate. (Optional.)

-c A two-letter ISO-3166 country code. A certificate is not generated if an invalid code is supplied. (Optional.)

-validityPeriod The number of years that the certificate will be valid. If not specified a validity of five years is assigned. (Optional.)

key_type The type of key to use for the certificate, either 1024-RSA or 2048-RSA.

output The path and file name for the certificate file to be generated.

password The password for accessing the new certificate. The password is required when signing AIR files with this certificate.