SV: [Mono-list] Verifying end certificate against rootcertificates in
KHE at kmd.dk
Tue Oct 11 10:33:21 EDT 2005
Okay, so it can't be done with the current build :(
Then what about some functionality to retrieve all certificates from the store. Is that available?
I could always do the verifying manually then.
Or I could do a more specific search for a root certificate with a Common Name that matches the issuer in the certificate. And then check if that specific CA is the issuer of my end certificate.
Are there any current functionality to get a specific certificate from the "Trusted root authorities" store then. And then verify that this certifcate is the issuer certificate?
I know I'm ignoring checking of certificate chains here. I just want to make a simple check if possible.
Fra: mono-list-bounces at lists.ximian.com [mailto:mono-list-bounces at lists.ximian.com] På vegne af Sebastien Pouliot
Sendt: 11. oktober 2005 15:54
Til: Hellan.Kim KHE
Cc: mono-list at lists.ximian.com
Emne: Re: [Mono-list] Verifying end certificate against rootcertificates in store
You either have to use Fx 2.0 which has much expanded support for X.509
or p/invoke into CryptoAPI.
IIRC Mentalis has a library that wraps most of CryptoAPI
for .net/windows apps.
On Tue, 2005-11-10 at 15:46 +0200, Hellan.Kim KHE wrote:
> I'm looking for the "correct" way of verifying the issuer of a
> X509Certificate (end certificate) against all root certificates in found
> in the LOCAL_MACHINE "Trusted root authorities" certificate store in
> Does anyone have some example code they want to share for doing that
email: sebastien at ximian.com
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