A database that maintains a list of keys. The keystore can contain a subject's own private key. A keystore can also contain a list of public keys, as published in certificates. See also key.
a collection of keys
a database of key material
a file that contains keys and certificates
a mechanism designed to create and manage private keys/digital certificate pairs and trusted CA certificates
a protected database that holds keys and certificates for an enterprise
a protected database that holds keys lrhmans
a protected database that stores the keys and certificates from Sun
a repository for key material
a repository of keys and certificates, and is used to look up the public keys of the signers specified in the policy file ( "terry" and "chris" in this example)
a storage facility for cryptographic keys and certificates
Keystore is a protected database that holds key s and certificate s for an enterprise. Access to a keystore is guarded by a password (defined at the time the keystore is created, by the person who creates the keystore, and changeable only when providing the current password).In addition, each private key in a keystore can be guarded by its own password.
A repository of certificates and keys that is queried when you attempt to apply a signed patch.