X.509 certificate private key (preview)
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This SIT is also included in the All credentials bundled SIT.
A combination of up to 20,000 characters consisting of letters, digits, and special characters.
A combination of up to 40 characters consisting of upper-case letters, space, and dashes.
A combination of up to 20,000 characters:
- a-z (not case-sensitive)
- forward slashes (/)
- or plus signs (+)
Up to two equal signs (==)
five dashes (-)
And a combination of up to 30 characters:
- A-Z (case-sensitive)
- 5 dashes (-)
-----BEGIN PRIVATE KEY-----
-----BEGIN PRIVATE KEY----- MIIPuQIBAzCCD38GCSqGSIb3DQEHAaCCD3AEgg9sMIIPaDCCBZ8GCSqGSIb3DQEHBqCCBZAw...
This example has been truncated. It’s not a detectable example of this SIT.
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This SIT is designed to match the security information that's used as a private component in SSL certificates.
It uses several primary resources:
- Patterns of Base64 encoded string literal.
- Patterns of Certificate private key header.
- Patterns of CredentialName, CredentialFeatures, AccountIdentityName, AccountIdentityValue, ResourceType, ResourceName.
- Patterns of mockup values, redactions, and placeholders.
- A dictionary of vocabulary.
The patterns are designed to match actual credentials with reasonable confidence. The patterns don't match credentials formatted as examples. Mockup values, redacted values, and placeholders, like credential type or usage descriptions, in the position where an actual secret value should present won't be matched.