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- Jul 24 2020, 9:57 AM (25 w, 1 d)
Thu, Jan 14
Wed, Jan 13
Mon, Jan 11
Filtering by tags does now work in the certificate selection dialog even if the tags are not displayed. One needs to show the Tags column to display the tags.
Kleopatra now offers the creation of OpenPGP keys and CSRs for existing keys on
- OpenPGP cards
- PIV cards
- NetKey cards
As discussed, generating a CSR for a SigG key (used for qualified signatures) makes no sense because no CA would sign such a certificate.
Fri, Jan 8
Thu, Jan 7
do_sign() calls find_fid_by_keyref() which does a switch_application(). So, I think the SigG application should already be active. But, yes, please have a look at it.
Generating a CSR for the standard NetKey card signing key works now, but generating a CSR for the SigG NetKey card key fails (T5219).
Wed, Jan 6
Tue, Jan 5
Taking since I ran into this problem while working on T5184. In Kleopatra, if one opens the certificate details of one's own keys (i.e. secret key is available), then the tags vanish from the key list.
Mon, Jan 4
I would prefer platform-specific code (i.e. the function win_get_user_name) to be put in separate .cpp files (e.g. newcertificatewizard_win.cpp). In fact, there should probably be helpers defaultFullName() and defaultEmailAddress() with platform-specific implementations, so that the using code doesn't need any #ifdef <platform>.
Mon, Dec 21
Fri, Dec 18
Ahh, there's a separate unblock command for the non-admin.
Werner, please retest. If "Change Reset Code" still doesn't work for you, then please answer the questions in the first comment.
Note: Officially, Kleopatra does not support OpenPGP v1 cards. At least, according to the text that is displayed if no card is found.
"Change Reset Code" should work in Kleopatra. At least for OpenPGP v2+ cards. Kleopatra simply does "SCD PASSWD --reset OPENPGP.2", i.e. the same as gpg-card. I have verified that it works with a Yubikey.
Yes, makes sense. Although, you should use datalen = indatalen; in the last line (to prevent typos in the numbers).
Dec 17 2020
Dec 16 2020
Ready for testing.