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Converting a .p12 SSL Code Signing Certification to the .pfx format is amazingly simply. I wasted a couple of hours looking on Google without luck. So I hope this post saves someone else the time I wasted.

The facts:
1.) A .p12 and .pfx are the exact same binary format, although the extension differs.
2.) Based on #1, all you have to do is change the file extension.

On Windows, open a command prompt and cd to the directly that contains the .p12 file. Then run the following command:

rename CompanyX.p12 CompanyX.pfx

Categories: SSL

10 thoughts on “Convert .p12 to .pfx

  1. raul garcia says:

    Thank for this info. (it really works)

    Raul
    Buenos Aires Argentina

    1. Year is 2020 and you saved me. Thanks you!

  2. Soren Ullidtz says:

    Thanks you just saved me a couple of hours 🙂

  3. Ramac says:

    Great, thank you, you saved my time !

  4. andrejkvasnica says:

    1000x thanks!

  5. Ronald says:

    Thanks for posting this – saved me some time as well!

  6. Jay says:

    Thanks, I was wondering if a p12 and pfx are the same. Saved me some time as well. all these Cert formats are very confusing if you don’t deal with them regularly.

  7. Kurt says:

    OK, but how to convert back from PFX to P12? Just kidding… thank you for this post, I slapped my forehead so hard after wasting even more time than you did.

  8. Enver Hassim says:

    Thanks so much for this post – saved me hours of googling, etc.
    Enver
    Cape Town, South Africa

  9. Jürgen Struck says:

    THANK YOU!!!

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