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Re: Changing signature algorithm

8 jun 2007 kl. 12.39 skrev Tom Hansen:

> That seems to do it. Thanks for the update. I noticed you mentioned  
> the old code supported PacketCable. Why was it removed in 0.8?  
> Unfortunately the mail archives only go back a few months so not  
> much returns when searching for it in the list. Pardon me if this  
> was already discussed.

The packet cable code was slowly dying because it was no longer  
maintained and when I migrated to hx509 I had no way to check it it  
still worked.

I have no problem maintaning packet-cable code in there, just as long  
as there is some chance that it accually might work.

What I would consider the limit would be tests in the regression  
suite that tested the code, tests/kdc/check-pkinit.in does this for  
both windows, IETF(DH and EncKey) plus a sample transaction in tests/ 

If you want a code-drop from the old source-code or any help to get  
this working, just ask.


> Tom
> ----- Original Message ----
> From: Love Hörnquist Åstrand <lha@kth.se>
> To: heimdal-discuss@sics.se; Tom Hansen <hansentf@yahoo.com>
> Sent: Wednesday, June 6, 2007 8:03:58 PM
> Subject: Re: Changing signature algorithm
> 6 jun 2007 kl. 19.29 skrev Tom Hansen:
>> Trunk? The latest snapshot on ftp is 8.1 rc3 but that doesn't have
>> peer-alg. It seems peer-alg can be used somewhere along
>> krb5_pk_create_sign or other func to set the signatureAlgo to a
>> desired value.
>  From http://www.h5l.se/#vc
> svn checkout svn://svn.h5l.se/heimdal/trunk/heimdal heimdal
> cd heimdal
> autoreconf -f -i
>> On the other point, it sounds like the signature algorithm can be
>> kept as is but changing the oid to ...1.1.1 is really all that
>> packetcable is requiring. It seems like an odd requirement.
> Yes, that is what the patch I commited does.
> Love
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