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Re: JigsawSSL (was: [iaik-ssl] Regarding certificate)
> CertificateManager only uses JButton of original Swing. There is no
> Perhaps, there may be a problem with your Java/Swing
Yes, that's it.
Meanwhile, I fixed the problem:
The compiler mislead me to the assumtion that it couldn't find the
The real problem is that your CertificateManager does work with Swing
Sun's changed the package names through Swing 1.1.x. As I read your
Readme.html, I downloaded the "latest greatest" Swing, which was JFC
1.1.1 for Java 1.1 (which I still use for Project requirements).
If you would mention in the docs that the CertificateManager runs with
Swing 1.0.3 only, everything would be fine.
Just another problem:
I've written my own Certificate manager which exports certificate
chains in PKCS#12. The algorithm is ok, since I used it to generate a
user certificate and imported this into Netscape Communicator. With
the same algorithm, I created three SSL-server certificate chains (for
RSA, DSA and DH) in PKCS#12 format and tried to import the RSA-chain
into your CertificateManager. That guy asked for the password (which I
typed in), but barfs that the private key does not seem to match the
certificate's public key...
Using the same cert chain with an older JigsawSSL version (2.0 beta 3
I think) just works fine - the older Jigsaw was happy as it had found
a trusted root, after reconfiguration of signers.pem ...
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