Applies To: Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2
The Details tab provides the following information about the certificate:
Version. The X.509 version number.
Serial number. The unique serial number that the issuing certification authority (CA) assigns to the certificate. The serial number is unique for all certificates issued by a given CA.
Signature algorithm. The hash algorithm that the CA uses to digitally sign the certificate.
Issuer. Information regarding the CA that issued the certificate.
Valid from. The beginning date for the period in which the certificate is valid.
Valid to. The final date for the period in which the certificate is valid.
Subject. The name of the individual, computer, device, or CA to whom the certificate is issued. If the issuing CA exists on a domain member server in your enterprise, this will be a distinguished name within the enterprise. Otherwise, this may be a full name and e-mail name or other personal identifier.
Public key. The public key type and length associated with the certificate.
Thumbprint algorithm. The hash algorithm that generates a digest of data (or thumbprint) for digital signatures.
Thumbprint. The digest (or thumbprint) of the certificate data.
Friendly name. (Optional) A display name to use instead of the name in the Subject field.
Enhanced key usage. (Optional) The purposes for which this certificate can be used.
There are additional X.509 v3 extensions that can be used in a certificate. If they are present, they will be displayed.