EJBCA Enterprise 6.9.1 has now been released.
PrimeKey's EJBCA Enterprise is Common Criteria EAL4+ certified and CWA/ETSI compliant to provide the most powerful and flexible PKI. For entire non-community features, only available in EJBCA Enterprise, see the section on "Enterprise Edition features" in the features list.
EJBCA Community 220.127.116.11 is now available Improved auditor role and granular name policy enforcement by the CA. The best open source PKI, supporting Java 8 and new advanced features.
Visit the download section. There you will also find a pre-installed VM to try.
EJBCA Tech Blog! Check out the release notes and new featues in EJBCA 6.9.0, as well as an ongoing series about the RA!
PKI-in-a-box! By integrating secure hardware technology with the flexibility, reliability and feature set of EJBCA Enterprise, the turnkey PKI Appliance features an easy to install PKI-in-a-box, offering predictable costs and increased quality to your PKI solution. Check out the simpler, yet safer, PrimeKey PKI Appliance.
Windows Autoenrollment! Native Windows Autoenrollment is now available using the, Autoenrollment Gateway.
EJBCA® is a PKI Certificate Authority software, built using Java (JEE) technology. Robust, flexible, high performance, scalable, platform independent, and component based, EJBCA can be used stand-alone or integrated with other applications.
Being extremely scalable and flexible, EJBCA is suitable to build a complete PKI infrastructure for any large enterprise or organization. If you only want to
issue a few single certificates for testing, there are probably other options that will get you started quicker, but if you want a serious Certificate Authority
to manage your Public Key Infrastructure, we recommend EJBCA.
Investigate the links below to understand more what EJBCA really is.
- A Certificate Authority (link to documentation site).
- A Validation Authority (link to documentation site).
- An OCSP Responder (link to documentation site).
EJBCA has everything for your trust center. Contact us for more info, or look at the full (but never complete) features list.
Example uses cases (non-exhaustive) where EJBCA is used to issue certificates are:
- PKI Trust and Certificate service providers, WebTrust and ETSI (including eIDAS) compliant.
- Strong authentication for users accessing your intranet/extranet/internet resources.
- Secure communication with SSL/TLS servers and SSL/TLS clients. EJBCA is an excellent SSL PKI.
- Native Windows Autoenrollment using Autoenrollment Gateway.
- Smart card and token management.
- Smart card logon to Windows and/or Linux.
- Linux autoenrollment, automated secure VM and container deployment, and more.
- Signing and encrypting email (SMIME).
- VPN connections by issuing certificates to your VPN routers such as OpenVPN, Cisco, Juniper etc.
- Client VPN access with certificates in users VPN clients.
- Network authentication with 802.1x.
- Single sign-on by using a single certificate to secure logon to web applications.
- Creating signed documents.
- Mobile PKI, enrolling iOS etc.
- Secure mobile networks, i.e. 3GPP/LTE/4G using the CMP protocol.
- Counterfeit prevention by signing and pairing accessories.
- Internet of Things (IoT). Need some hundreds of millions of certificates fast? EJBCA will handle it.
- Mobile Device Management (MdM) and Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM).
- Issue citizen certificates for access to government resources, used in passports etc.
- CVCAs and DVs and issue CV certificates (CVC) to Document Verifiers and Inspection Systems for EAC ePassports, eIDs and eDL.
- ... and many many more ...
Together with sister projects (see Complementary software) of EJBCA you can also:
- Get central trusted Time Stamps for you electronically signed documents.
- Perform central signing of documents.
- Sign electronic passport data (MRTD).
- Issue hard tokens (smart cards) and manage the complete life cycle of cards and certificates.
- ... and many many more ...
The library is freely usable under the LGPL 2.1 (or later) license for all parties interesting in handling CVC certificates, in particular for EU EAC ePassports. The cert-cvc library was donated to the open source by the Swedish National Police Board.
This PKI software is OSI Certified Open Source Software licensed under the LGPL v2.1 or later license. OSI Certified is a certification mark of the Open Source Initiative.
The source code of EJBCA Community is hosted on a (mostly) public svn and all downloads include the complete source code and can be downloaded from Sourceforge.net.
If you want to contribute to EJBCA, please see Contribute to EJBCA
You can also donate to EJBCA, please see Donate to EJBCA
EJBCA Enterprise with commercial support, development, integration and maintenance is available through PrimeKey Solutions.