in my current scenario the certificate was issued by the PKI infrastructure, but I've
done some research and it is available also in OpenSSL as "trust settings":
"A trusted certificate is an ordinary certificate which has several additional pieces
of information attached to it such as the permitted and prohibited uses of the certificate
and an "alias"."
So, we are most likely talking about the X.509 certificate extensions as it is mentioned
in the RFC 5280 (https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5280#section-4.2
That's all I was able to find. Hope it helps.
Od: Andrew Zaborowski <andrew.zaborowski(a)intel.com>
Odesláno: sobota 20. června 2020 15:17
Komu: Martin Tesar <martin.tesar(a)yourwifi.cz>
Kopie: iwd(a)lists.01.org <iwd(a)lists.01.org>
Předmět: Re: Fw: Failed to load trusted user certificate
On Sat, 20 Jun 2020 at 14:51, Martin Tesar <martin.tesar(a)yourwifi.cz> wrote:
it looks like the IWD is not able to load trusted user certificates.
Basically if the certificate is enclosed in
-----BEGIN TRUSTED CERTIFICATE-----
-----END TRUSTED CERTIFICATE-----
I'm always getting an error "Failed to load".
Right, we've seen this feature request somewhere recently and thought
that it may be easy to support this format in IWD.
Do you happen to know where this format is specified?