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Determine if signing certificate is qualified

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#17599
Posted: 09/21/2011 03:54:25
by Daniel Kekesi (Standard support level)
Joined: 09/19/2011
Posts: 13

Hi All,

Is there a way or property to find out if a certificate is qualified?
According to RFC 3039 a qcStatements extension is marking the fact that the certificate is qualified. How do I find this extension?

Thank you for your guidance.

Best Regards,
Daniel
#17600
Posted: 09/21/2011 04:07:10
by Vsevolod Ievgiienko (EldoS Corp.)

Thank you for contacting us.

You can find this extension using TElX509Certificate.Extensions.OtherExtensions property.
#17601
Posted: 09/21/2011 04:13:06
by Daniel Kekesi (Standard support level)
Joined: 09/19/2011
Posts: 13

Hi Vsevolod,

Thanks for the information. There's one thing I do not understand, though: why did this end up in the OtherExtensions property, which is used for non-standard extensions according to the help? I thought this qcStatements extension is a standard extension.

Best Regards,
Daniel
#17602
Posted: 09/21/2011 04:21:40
by Vsevolod Ievgiienko (EldoS Corp.)

The list of standard extensions corresponds to RFC 2459 while qcStatements corresponds to RFC 3039.
#17603
Posted: 09/21/2011 04:27:52
by Daniel Kekesi (Standard support level)
Joined: 09/19/2011
Posts: 13

I see. Thanks for the clarification.
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