Re: X.509 certificate overview + status

2009-03-03 Thread Peter Saint-Andre
Travis wrote: Recently I set up certificates for my server's SSL, SMTP, IMAP, XMPP, and OpenVPN services. Actually, I created my own CA for some of the certificates, and in other cases I used self-signed. plug BTW, we give away free certificates for XMPP services here: http://xmpp.org/ca/

Re: X.509 certificate overview + status

2009-03-03 Thread Werner Koch
On Mon, 2 Mar 2009 17:35, marcus.brinkm...@ruhr-uni-bochum.de said: Ubuntu comes with dumpasn1. There are also quite a few libraries. You may also import the certificate into GnuPG (gpgsm --import foo) and run gpgsm --dump-cert to get a human readable printout. Example: $ gpgsm --dump-cert

Re: X.509 certificate overview + status

2009-03-02 Thread Marcus Brinkmann
Travis wrote: Recently I set up certificates for my server's SSL, SMTP, IMAP, XMPP, and OpenVPN services. Actually, I created my own CA for some of the certificates, and in other cases I used self-signed. It took me substantially more time than I had anticipated, and I'm left with feelings

Re: X.509 certificate overview + status

2009-03-02 Thread Eric Murray
On Mon, Mar 02, 2009 at 05:35:20PM +0100, Marcus Brinkmann wrote: Travis wrote: Further, trying to dig into ASN.1 was extremely difficult. The specs are full of obtuse language, using terms like object without defining them first. Are there any tools that will dump certificates in

Re: X.509 certificate overview + status

2009-03-02 Thread Dave Howe
Travis wrote: Hello, Recently I set up certificates for my server's SSL, SMTP, IMAP, XMPP, and OpenVPN services. Actually, I created my own CA for some of the certificates, and in other cases I used self-signed. It took me substantially more time than I had anticipated, and I'm left with