Use our CSR decoder tool in order to verify what information is included in your CSR. A Certificate Signing Request (CSR) is an encrypted text that contains information about the company that an SSL certificate will be issued to. By decoding your CSR, which is opposite to generating your CSR, you will be able to see the information which is included in your CSR. It is the information which you filled in your SSL Certificate request: your country, state, city/town, name of the organization, department of your organization, the domain name that you want the SSL Certificate to be issued for, and your email address where your CSR code and the Private Key are sent to once they are both generated.
Simply paste your CSR into the box below and verify the information that it contains. Make sure that the CSR you copy and paste contains the starting line: “—–BEGIN CERTIFICATE REQUEST—– ” and the ending line: “—–END CERTIFICATE REQUEST—– ” in order to have you CSR decoded.