In this article I'm going to show you the commands you need to convert your .PFX Certificate file to a seperate certificate and keyfile. This article can come in handy when you need to import your certificates on devices like Cisco routers/loadbalancers etc. where you probably need to import the certificates and keyfiles in plain text (unencrypted).A PFX file is a binary format file for storing the server certificate, any intermediate certificates, and the private key in one encrypt-able file. Convert P7B to PFX Note that in order to do the conversion, you must have both the certificates cert.p7b file and the private key cert.key file."PFX" - from Microsoft; a cryptographic protocol. More current protocols are used today. Cryptographic protocols can be used to protect files (such as PDF). AFAIK one cannot "convert" a PDF to any cryptographic protocol (PFX or otherwise). "PFX" is not one of the support file formats Acrobat or Adobe's online service can export PDF page content to. Our SSL Converter allows you to quickly and easily convert SSL Certificates into 6 formats such as PEM, DER, PKCS#7, P7B, PKCS#12 and PFX. Depending on the server configuration (Windows, Apache, Java), it may be necessary to convert your SSL certificates from one format to another.