View Revisions: Issue #769

Summary 0000769: Client certificate broken with unicode
Revision 2015-08-30 06:35 by alkas
Additional Information Such error occurs in Win/IE, Win/Chrome, and also Linux Ubuntu/Mozilla Firefox, Linux OpenSuSE/Mozilla Firefox.
This error can be also seen at the beginning of e-mail notices about end of cert's validity. E.G.: Hi Ale�, (etc.) usually I can only read "Hi Ale,". The last char of my name depends on the mail client. Here the hex representation was FDFF meaning the information was lost. Another clients show 9A00 (CP-1250), or C2006101. The correct Unicode representation is 6101 only. The correct UTF-8 representation is C5A1. The representation in the cert is 9A (CP-1250). It would be correct, if this text in the cert was preceded by a coding type and codepage number (I do not know if it is).
Revision 2015-08-30 06:34 by alkas
Additional Information Such error occurs in Win/IE, Win/Chrome, and also Linux Ubuntu/Mozilla Firefox, Linux OpenSuSE/Mozilla Firefox.
This error can be also seen at the beginning of e-mail notices about end of cert's validity. E.G.: Hi Ale�, (etc.) usually I can only read "Hi Ale,". The last char of my name depends on the mail client. Here the hex representation was FDFF meaning the information was lost. Another clients show 9A00 (CP-1250), or C2006101. The correct Unicode representation is 6101 only. The correct UTF-8 representation is C5A1. The representation in the cert is 9A (CP-1250). It would be correct, if this text in the cert was preceded by a coding type and codepage number (I do not know this).
Revision 2015-08-29 20:51 by alkas
Additional Information Such error occurs in Win/IE, Win/Chrome, and also Linux Ubuntu/Mozilla Firefox, Linux OpenSuSE/Mozilla Firefox.
Revision 2009-08-15 13:18 by nijel
Additional Information