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- Mar 27 2017, 4:49 PM (158 w, 3 d)
Fri, Apr 3
Thanks for looking into this!
Fri, Mar 20
The return value that was mapped to invalid value was "SW_WRONG_LENGTH" so I tested using the codepath for the SW_EXACT_LENGTH sw return value, too and it worked for readcert.
Sample how GpgOL handles this: https://dev.gnupg.org/source/gpgol/browse/master/src/keycache.cpp;6f5f48c3d60e0af52f1a9f0e51f60ee653eeeb31$269
I think what you're saying that there is *no way* to use GPGME in offline mode to validate x.509 certificates, and this is by design. Am I understanding that right?
Done in master
Wed, Mar 11
This is now implemented
Mar 10 2020
apologies but I do not understand this issue. Please clarify. Were you having issues with "log" files or "lock" files?
What was your issue?
Mar 9 2020
Thanks for your report. Yes this is sadly a known issue. Our backend system has it's own localization that uses the system language and does not care about the Kleopatra configuration.
Mar 5 2020
Mar 4 2020
To summarize: The DGN CRL uses a the RSA-PSS Padding / Signature Scheme. ( https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Probabilistic_Signature_Scheme )
Mar 2 2020
I don't have a Free BSD. Can you please try out the patch that I have appended to https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=415168 ?
I worked mostly on Packaging, especially our MSI stuff. I'll try to finish that this week.
Feb 28 2020
@dkg You might find this interesting. Debian could do stuff in /etc/gnupg/gpg.conf or /etc/gnupg/dirmngr.conf without patching GnuPG to change some defaults.
Thanks for the report. Indeed I closed this as a duplicated. Thanks @dkg for pointing out the patches.
Feb 27 2020
For the split OpenPGP / SMIME it's not intended to only work for BCC, its just the same mechanism I use internally.
Feb 26 2020
The idea of the implementation is that BCC recpients will get a mail with no other recipients. Because Exchange / Outlook handles the sending we can't do it more low level. We use the "Protected-headers" scheme to transfer the original To / CC headers.
Feb 19 2020
@Valodim probably not so much as dirmngr might behave differently and not mark hosts as dead.
Feb 18 2020
Feb 17 2020
- The usual
- Packaged GnuPG master for Ubuntu 19.10 and buster.
- Started working on gpgcardgui, moving kleopatra code around to libkleo to have it more usable with little dependencies.
- Problem is there that the code relies on many commands in Kleopatra so I have to decide what to take. Ultimately the commands could go into libkleo, too so that I can use them from gpg4win-tools in GpgOL.
Feb 12 2020
Feb 11 2020
Feb 10 2020
- More work on "Split Sending" in GpgOL oded the idea how to do it down. I'm now focusing more on OpenPGP & S/MIME combined operations.
Thanks for the report but, but we are not developers of KMymoney, I can only offer to help the developers if they have questions but please rather report a bug at bugs.kde.org regarding that so that they can figure out what might be wrong.
Feb 6 2020
Feb 5 2020
I renamed the ticket so that others don't think we generally don't support Office2019 because I use it myself and it works for me.
Hi, I am not sure what you mean by "The Icon does not recognize the created certificate".
Does it show you that the mail is unsigned when you view a signed mail?
What does the tooltip of the icon say?
Thank you for the detailed report.
I remember that I tested inline content-disposition handling in Outlook without GpgOL and try to do the same handling as Outlook would handle them. But then at the very least It should be shown as an attachment and not hidden.