On 1/9/2011 9:48 μμ, Arno Garrels wrote:
Dimitris Botsis wrote:
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
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