RSAmake generates both private and public keys. Public keys are used for encryption and private keys are used for digital signatures. In addition to that, RSAmake allows users to generate encryption and authentication keys in RSA PKCS#1 or RSA PKCS#8 format.
RSAmake is cross-platform. It runs on Microsoft Windows and OS X operating systems. It can be run on MS Visual Studio.NET or MS Visual Studio Express. It can be compiled and run on Linux or other UNIX-like operating systems, such as Mac OS X and BSD Unix, with a GCC or Clang compiler.
RSAmake is free to use for any purpose, including commercial use. RSAmake is licensed under the GNU General Public License version 2.0.
RSAmake uses OpenSSL libraries.

Command Line Commands

RSAmake generates keys as follows:

#1. You need to enter the following RSAmake command line to generate a public key:
RSAmake Key -P -X -y example_pass -t example_pass -f example_file.rsakey -r -i 4096 -m 1024

#2. You need to enter the following RSAmake command line to generate a private key:
RSAmake Key -P -X -y example_pass -t example_pass -f example_file.rsakey -r -i 4096 -m 1024

#3. You need to enter the following RSAmake command line to generate an RSA PKCS#1 key using the default format:
RSAmake Key -P -X -y example_pass -t example_pass -f example_file.rsakey -r -i 4096 -m 1024

#4. You need to enter the following RSAmake command line to generate an RSA PKCS#8 key using the default format:
RSAmake Key -P -X -y example_pass -t example_pass -f example_file.rsakey -r -i 4096 -m 1024

#5. You need to enter the following RSAmake command line to generate an RSA PKCS#1 key using the -k1 option (private and public keys):
RSAmake Key -P -X -y example_pass -t example_pass -f example_file.rsakey -r -i 4096 -m 1024 -k1

#6. You need to enter the following RSA eea19f52d2

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