This page acts as a starting point are for exchanging encrypted messages using S/MIME with Robert Bosch GmbH and all their subsidiaries. The base is a working installation of CryptoFilter or XWall with the CryptoFilter add-on.
|Get your certificate|
If you use S/MIME only with Robert Bosch GmbH, then a single certificate for your whole domain recommended. You can use any certificate you like, including a certificate from your own Certificate Authority.
Among others, a certificate from Comodo is free.
You may choose a generic e-mail address like email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Don't use a real existing human person or the e-mail address of an administrator account.
Once you got the certificate, make sure it is in PEM format and that the PEM file includes the private key, the certificate and any intermediate certificates.
Make sure the filename includes the expiration date, for example, email@example.com
Copy firstname.lastname@example.org to the CERT\PRIV directory.
Open the original PEM file with an editor and remove the entire section containing the private key.
The private key is the section from -----BEGIN PRIVATE KEY----- to -----END PRIVATE KEY-----.
Go to https://certsrv.bosch.com/publish.jsp, select the tab labeled Domain certificate and upload the PEM file without the private key.
Note: If your certificate is from your own Certificate Authority or from a Certificate Authority that is unknown to Robert Bosch GmbH, select the tab labeled CA certificate and upload your Certificate Authority certificate.
|Get the certificate of the Robert Bosch GmbH associate|| |
Manually get the certificateß>
Search for the e-mail address of the Robert Bosch GmbH associate
Select Certificate (.cer) to download the certificate file
The filename is the e-mail address with an expiration identifier and a .cer extension.
Rename the file from .cer to .pem and remove the expiration identifier.
e.g. rename email@example.com_0x78ABFEF5.cer tp firstname.lastname@example.org
Copy email@example.com to the CERT\PUB directory
Automatically get the certificateß>
Enable Options->S/MIME->Options->Collect the public certificate of the sender
Semi-automatically get the certificateß>
Ask Rb.Trustcenter@de.bosch.com that they send you all the certificates in a zip file
|Inbound messages - from Robert Bosch GmbH to your domain|| |
Select Options->S/MIME->Verify and create a new record
Select Options->S/MIME->Decrypt and create a new record
|Outbound messages - from your domain to Robert Bosch GmbH|| |
Select Options->S/MIME->Sign and create a new record
Select Options->S/MIME->Encrypt and create a new record