Mon, Sep 18
Tested on the command line with
- a previously valid certificate after setting its root certificate to untrusted
- a expired certificate without the root certificate in the certificate list
With Gpg4win-4.2.1-beta31 I can no longer import the secret part of the Edward.Tester Testkey. Error is "Invalid object".
With VS-Desktop-220.127.116.11-beta214 and Gpg4win-4.2.1-beta31 the error is "Bad Passphrase" in this case.
I do not see a reason why this ticket is still open.
The already resolved Kleopatra Task T5713 is probably a duplicate of this one.
Thu, Sep 14
pkcs12 import should be backported, too
Fri, Sep 8
Thu, Sep 7
Wed, Sep 6
I don't see a value to do this for 2.2 and introduce a regression with that.
Mon, Sep 4
Thu, Aug 31
Wed, Aug 30
Aug 25 2023
Turning this into a feature request: We should create P12 files using AES instead of 3DES
Aug 23 2023
Needs to be checked again with stable. No backport to 2..2, though.
Aug 22 2023
Aug 16 2023
Jul 26 2023
Currently, Kleopatra cannot do anything about this. get_passphrase in protect-tool.c asks those questions and doesn't support a way to give the user more context (e.g. by providing the file name). Once gpg-agent allows giving context, Kleopatra can add for example the file name to the data to import.
Jul 24 2023
yes, one down, two to go...
Jul 18 2023
I am raising this up from the wishlist. Error messages from CRL errors can be so obscure, like we just had in a support call.
Jul 5 2023
Actually it has been fixed for the PBES2 case in 2.2 and 2.4. PBES2 is used with AES128 and AES256. I doubt that there is any value in adding such support for the legacy RC2 and 3DES methods.
Same for the backport to 2.2 which uses the same test suite.
This has long been implemented due to the backport of the P12 parser and the recent rewrite of it.
Jul 4 2023
This was tested by me against the actual sample and the sample is now part of our internal regression test suite.
Jul 3 2023
Jun 29 2023
Jun 28 2023
Partly done for 2.4. The cram-octet-string stuff is missing, though.
Jun 27 2023
This has long been fixed in 2.4. Given that Libgcrypt has support for PBKDF2 we can back port this.
Jun 26 2023
Jun 22 2023
Jun 16 2023
Use Kleopatra which constructs the DN for you ;-).