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mkcertchain is a utility for building a chain of intermediate certificates for an SSL certificate. It downloads the chain certificate from the URL specified in the certificate's "CA Issuers" field, recurring until encountering a root certificate that's trusted in all major browsers. If multiple certificate chains are found, the shortest one is used. Usage: mkcertchain [--ca-file=PATH] < CERTIFICATE mkcertchain reads the certificate from standard in and outputs the chain to standard out. Use --ca-file to specify the path to the file containing root certificate authorities trusted by browsers. If unspecified, this option defaults to ../share/mkcertchain/browser_roots.pem, relative to the directory containing the mkcertchain program. mkcertchain was developed by SSLMate <https://sslmate.com> and powers the chain cert generator on <https://whatsmychaincert.com>. SSLMate is an SSL certificate management service that lets you buy SSL certificates from the command line.