Dimitris Botsis wrote:
> Hi again,
> I can read the certificate's Serial Number right, by parsing
> "cert.GetRawText" at OnSSLVerifyPeer, but is it possible to read the
> fingerprint too ?

The fingerprint isn't a value stored in the certificate but a calculated one.
Methods Sha1Digest and Sha1Hex provide the Sha1 fingerprint, if you
need the MD5 hash or other properties derive your own class from 

Arno Garrels

> I cannot find it in the rawtext I have, may I find it somewhere else ?
> Thank you.
> On 28/8/2011 8:42 πμ, Arno Garrels wrote:
>> Dimitris Botsis wrote:
>>> Hi again,
>>> from what I understand from you e-mails and tests I tried to do, the
>>> certificate file has to exist locally, where my application that
>>> checks it runs ?
>>> Also in the sample "HttpsTst" cert file has to be provided locally,
>>> isn't it ? Can it use a certificate from an https site being
>>> connected on it ?
>>> Please reply if the following is possible using ICS:
>>> Suppose I want to make an application using ICS, where the
>>> application will have a text box a button and a memo field.
>>> In the the text box we can give any https address/website, press the
>>> button to start check and in the memo field to have detailed
>>> information about the certificate of the site checked.
>> In event OnSslHandShakeDone call PeerCert.GetRawText to display
>> the peer certificate as simple text (not available if a session was
>> reused). TX509Base also provides most common properties of a
>> certificate 
>> however not all are available.
>>> For example, like when I open Firefox or any other browser, open an
>>> https website and from (Firefox) Tools ->  Page info ->  Security ->
>>> View certificate, everyone can see details about certificate.
>> That's exactly what the OverbyteIcsMsVerify demo demonstrates.
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