kandi X-RAY | java-certificate-authority Summary
kandi X-RAY | java-certificate-authority Summary
A Java Certificate Authority (CA), with web GUI and CLI
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Main entry point
- Loads a root certificate from a keystore
- Creates a new CSR builder object
- Loads a PKCS12 certificate from a keystore file
- Deserialize a DistinguishedName
- Creates a builder object for the given DistinguishedName
- Add a certificate extension
- Adds an extension
- Signs the certificate
- Gets the ASID
- Sign a CSR request
- Returns the X500Principal as a X500Principal
- Create the KeyStore
- Sets the notAfter date
- Sets the notBefore date
- The signer between years
- Set a random serial number
- Sets the signer with the given number of years
- Set the street address
- Adds the subparser
- Prints the certificate
- Generates a Csr with private key and private key
- Configures the Subparser
- Builds the certificate
- Gets the CSR from the PEM file
- Get the private key
java-certificate-authority Key Features
java-certificate-authority Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on TLS
I am currently trying to connect to an AWS REST API which requires at least TLS v1.2. The documentation stats that clients must also support cipher suites with perfect forward secrecy (PFS) such as Ephemeral Diffie-Hellman (DHE) or Elliptic Curve Ephemeral Diffie-Hellman (ECDHE).
When sending a
GET request using the
HttpClient, the connection simply times out. I have set the TLS version explicitely to
TLSv1.2 like this:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-30 at 12:52
We finally found the reason for this. Windows did not have the required cypher suites enabled. We have used IISCrypto to enable the corresponding cypher suites and all is ok now.
It looks like it's possible to force .NET to TLS 1.2, even though it was not enabled on the server itself.
We have an on premise server (Windows Server 2012 R2) with an Azure Pipelines agent running on it. Today (31st Jan 2022) this agent could not longer connect to our Azure DevOps organisation.
Judging by the log files, I assume this is because it is trying to connect with an older TLS version, which as of today is no longer available - https://devblogs.microsoft.com/devops/azure-devops-services-to-require-tls-1-2/
So I followed the instructions on how to make sure TLS 1.2 was enabled, and confirmed my settings in the registry editor and by running the PowerShell script suggested here - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/security/engineering/solving-tls1-problem#update-windows-powershell-scripts-or-related-registry-settings
All seems ok, yet it still fails to connect with the same issue. The machine has been restarted as well. If I try the URL it is requesting in the in built Internet Explorer browser, it fails, but with Chrome it succeeds, so it must still be trying to connect with TLS 1.2, but I don't know why. I've tried reinstalling the agent (with the latest build) as well but it fails on the same error. Any suggestions?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-31 at 23:27
Enabling below Cyphers with IISCrypto on the server helped us fix the issue
TLS 1.2 (suites in server-preferred order) TLS
- _DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384 (0x9f) DH 2048 bits FS 256 TLS
- DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256 (0x9e) DH 2048 bits FS 128
This from Vijay's solution
I am using a company-hosted (Bitbucket) git repository that is accessible via HTTPS. Accessing it (e.g.
git fetch) worked using macOS 11 (Big Sur), but broke after an update to macOS 12 Monterey.
After the update of macOS to 12 Monterey my previous git setup broke. Now I am getting the following error message:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-02 at 07:12
Unfortunately I can't provide you with a fix, but I've found a workaround for that exact same problem (company-hosted bitbucket resulting in exact same error).
I also don't know exactly why the problem occurs, but my best guess would be that the libressl library shipped with Monterey has some sort of problem with specific (?TLSv1.3) certs. This guess is because the brew-installed openssl v1.1 and v3 don't throw that error when executed with
/opt/homebrew/opt/openssl/bin/openssl s_client -connect ...:443
To get around that error, I've built git from source built against different openssl and curl implementations:
curlwith brew (I think you can select the openssl lib you like, i.e. v1.1 or v3, I chose v3)
- clone git version you like, i.e.
git clone --branch v2.33.1 https://github.com/git/git.git
make configure(that is why autoconf is needed)
LDFLAGS="-L/opt/homebrew/opt/openssl@3/lib -L/opt/homebrew/opt/curl/lib" CPPFLAGS="-I/opt/homebrew/opt/openssl@3/include -I/opt/homebrew/opt/curl/include" ./configure --prefix=$HOME/git(here LDFLAGS and CPPFLAGS include the libs git will be built against, the right flags are emitted by brew on install success of curl and openssl; --prefix is the install directory of git, defaults to
/usr/localbut can be changed)
- ensure to add the install directory's subfolder
/binto the front of your
$PATHto "override" the default git shipped by Monterey
- restart terminal
- check that
git versionshows the new version
This should help for now, but as I already said, this is only a workaround, hopefully Apple fixes their libressl fork ASAP.
I am getting this warning from github on my npm project build process... I tried searching on the internet and also read the blog link posted by github - but I could not find the solution to it anywhere. Am I missing something ?
npm notice Beginning October 4, 2021, all connections to the npm registry - including for package installation - must use TLS 1.2 or higher. You are currently using plaintext http to connect. Please visit the GitHub blog for more information: https://github.blog/2021-08-23-npm-registry-deprecating-tls-1-0-tls-1-1/
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-10 at 15:18
Besides updating your version of node to an active or current LTS you want to ensure your NPM registry is set to an HTTPS endpoint:
This worked fine for me be building under Java 8. Now under Java 17.01 I get this when I do mvn deploy.
mvn install works fine. I tried 3.6.3 and 3.8.4 and updated (I think) all my plugins to the newest versions.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-11 at 22:39
Update: Version 1.6.9 has been released and should fix this issue! 🎉
This is actually a known bug, which is now open for quite a while: OSSRH-66257. There are two known workarounds:1. Open Modules
As a workaround, use
--add-opens to give the library causing the problem access to the required classes:
I am following this guide.
Ingress requests are getting logged. Egress traffic control is working as expected, except I am unable to log egress HTTP requests. What is missing?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-07 at 17:14
AFAIK istio collects only ingress HTTP logs by default.
In the istio documentation there is an old article (from 2018) describing how to enable egress traffic HTTP logs.
Please keep in mind that some of the information may be outdated, however I believe this is the part that you are missing.
Recently the 3rd party email service provider I was using made a change. They disabled support for TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1.
I provide support for an ancient system that still uses php 5.3 and phpmailer 5.2.
My tests indicates that TLS 1.2 is enabled.
But, the PHPMailer code cannot connect to the email server after the disabling of TLS 1.0 and 1.1
Also, note that I am not a full time php expert.
Is there a way to make PHPMailer 5.2 use tls 1.2?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-07 at 14:47
It's not up to PHPMailer, its up to the version of PHP that you're using to run it, so the solution is to update your PHP version. The major changes relating to TLS were largely in PHP 5.6, so upgrading to that would be a good intermediate point if you're really stuck with this legacy version.
When compiling any typescript program that just imports
mongodb, i get 12 errors like:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-06 at 15:48
I'm unable to reproduce your problem in my local environment, so I think it is a problem probably related to some other package in your project.
As suggested on this issue, you should try deleting your
package-lock.json and generating it again with npm.
My question: when building a minimal JRE, how can one make sure that no required module is missing?
To illustrate the question, here is an example where I want to build a minimal JRE for my project. Let's assume for this example that logback is my only dependency.
I run the following command to see what modules are required:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-16 at 19:31
The JAR you're using there has "no module descriptor" (see first line of output) and thus can't tell you what modules it depends on, so you have to find out yourself. The canonical tool for that is
jdeps but it may not be enough.
Ever since I've upgraded my
Monteray, I've been having issues with
Initially, I use to see a
vBoxManage error on
terminal when running
vagrant up. I posted a question on this on SO previously, see here for details.
Today, I uninstalled
VirtualBox again (removed
VirtualBox VMs folder and moved application to trash) and reinstalled
VirtualBox 6.1.3 for OS X hosts` (link here).
I then ran
vagrant up on
terminal and it successfully compiled:
After seeing the famous green teddy, I tried going to
vvv.test but, the page doesn't load. I've tried accessing URLs of sites that have been
provisioned before, but they too do not load.
I've also ran
vagrant up --debug, and nothing concerning was seen.
Vagrant version is
Unsure what steps to take next?
- Have ran
vagrant up --provisionto provision sites in
config.ymlfile can be seen below)
- Have tried to access
website-dev.test, page doesn't load
- Have tried to access
vvv.test, page doesn't load
- Have ran
vagrant reload --provisionand repeated steps 2 and 3, but same results
- Have ran
vagrant upand repeated steps 2 and 3, but same results
I don't believe there's an issue in my
config.yml file, as before
Monteray update, everything was working fine (and I've made no changes to my
yml file since). But, to cover all scenario's, here is my
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-15 at 18:33
Thanks to guidance from @Tinxuanna, I've managed to solve the issue (finally!).
For anyone else having similar issues, here's what I did:
- Access the
- Find file called
hostsand open it in a text editor.
- Remove the IP addresses related to
vagrant(I kept a backup of the original file just in case)
- After saving
hostsfile the IP addresses removed, I ran
vagrant up --provision
- I then ran
- Then accessed
- You're done!
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use java-certificate-authority like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the java-certificate-authority component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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