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CSR (Certificate Signing Request) is a block of text that contains information about organization name, domain name, company location, email address, public key, and country. It also contains public key. Once CSR is generated, it is quite difficult to verify the encoded details of the certificate. Our CSR decoder tool will help you to decode the information to verify it.

To decode the CSR, simply paste it into the below given box and click on the button. Your CSR should initiate with: —–BEGIN CERTIFICATE REQUEST—– and end with: —–END CERTIFICATE REQUEST—-

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