(PHP 4 >= 4.2.0, PHP 5, PHP 7)

openssl_pkey_get_privateBir gizli anahtar döndürür


resource openssl_pkey_get_private ( mixed $anahtar [, string $parolası = "" ] )

Belirtilen anahtar çözümlenip diğer işlevlerin kullanımına hazırlanır.



Şunlardan biri olabilir:

  1. file://bir/yol/dosya.pem biçeminde bir dizge. İsmi belirtilen dosya PEM kodlu bir sertifika, bir gizli anahtar veya her ikisini birden içerebilir.
  2. PEM kodlu bir gizli anahtar.


Belirtilen anahtar bir parola ile korunuyorsa bu parola burada belirtilir.

Dönen Değerler

İşlem başarısız olursa FALSE yoksa gizli anahtar için bir özkaynak tanıtıcısı döner.

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User Contributed Notes 3 notes

kristof1 at mailbox dot hu
3 years ago
It's actually "file://key.pem" when you want to give a relative path using unix systems. It will be three '/' in case of absolute path (e.g "file:///home/username/..."). But this path consists of two '/' originated from "file://" and one '/' from the fact that home is a subfolder of the unix filesystem's root directory ("/home/username/..."). This two part will be concatenated and you will get three '/' characters following each other.

So you only have to concatenate "file://" with an existing path string in every case.
6 years ago
Please note that "file://path/to/file.pem" in documentation means file protocol + file path. In UNIX like OS, that is something like file:///rsa_private_key.pem. There is THREE slashes in the path string, not TWO.
geoff at hostfission dot com
11 months ago
Since this function can be used to load a PEM encoded string also, those that are using it relying on user input should be sure to check that the passed data is indeed a PEM encoded string and not a malicious file path.

The following should be sufficient.

= trim($_POST['private']);
  if (
strpos($private, '-----') !== 0) return false;
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