On Thu, Jul 28, 2005, coco coco wrote: Anyway, I just found that CA called Ascertia which seems to offer free certificate. I'll see if I can get a free cert for code signing, and see what's in there. Have you tried this: http://www.thawte.com/support/code/office.html#timestamp Steve.
I got a big problem with SSLVerifyClient. I guess I posted a similar problem before, but now the error(s?) is really more strange (in my point of view). I used this tutorial: http://fra.nksteidl.de/Erinnerungen/OpenSSL.php I hae got two sections. One with only server-side-SSL (works), and a
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Is there a method/means to use the S/MIME function to encrypt a file, but leave the content in a binary format, rather than conversion to base64 etc?? Basically provide similar function to GnuPG but using X.509 certificates , and the PKCS#X
Hello, I'm having great success securing my application with OpenSSLL, but I have a small question regarding client certificates and private keys. I load a PKCS#12 file into an SSL_CTX as follows: 1. Use PKCS12_parse() to read the client certificate, private key, and trusted CA stack 2. Use
Matthew Julius Raibert wrote: I'm working on a project for which I need to generate big primes. Along the way I noticed that when I run BN_generate_prime() it seems to always set the two most significant bits to one. In other words, if I ask for a thousand 16 bit primes, I get a thousand
Nils Larsch wrote: Matthew Julius Raibert wrote: I'm working on a project for which I need to generate big primes. Along the way I noticed that when I run BN_generate_prime() it seems to always set the two most significant bits to one. In other words, if I ask for a thousand 16 bit primes,
Wow, Steve, I must say, you are a god-send! I was still digging in the registry and the msdn site last night for a clue... Had I input the right keyword (TimeStampURL) in google, that would've solved my problem. But I was looking at the wrong place (msdn, which is a pretty useless site), also