View Issue Details
|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000468||Main CAcert Website||certificate issuing||public||2007-12-08 20:56||2013-01-14 21:53|
|Fixed in Version||2012 Q4|
|Summary||0000468: No Keyids, serials in cert/key lists and emails|
|Description||There are no Keyids (OpenPGP) or serials (X.509) in any cert/key listing or notify email. I have several certs/keys with the same subject and got some 'your cert ist going to expire'-emails but had to check every cert by it's timestamps. For OpenPGP this makes even more sens since there are the Keyids well-known and the common identifier for the key.|
|Tags||No tags attached.|
KeyID is displayed for OpenPGP now.
The serial number isn´t unique on it´s own in X.509, it depends on the issuer (which root/intermediate certificate was used to sign the certificate). Should we show that as well? How? Should we display the Serial numbers in Decimal or Hex?
I do not like X.509 a lot, because of such things (and may other).
I think the serial number would be a hint. It should be displayed in decimal because most programs show it in decimal.
maybe some of the more X.509-focused people have an idea for the unique problem.
||Tests show fixed in the meantime. All certificates views show serial number or KeyID.|
|2007-12-08 20:56||ph3||New Issue|
|2007-12-08 20:58||ph3||Relationship added||related to 0000039|
|2007-12-26 23:07||Sourcerer||Note Added: 0000977|
|2008-02-09 11:52||ph3||Note Added: 0001008|
|2012-12-19 10:42||INOPIAE||Note Added: 0003483|
|2012-12-19 10:42||INOPIAE||Status||new => closed|
|2012-12-19 10:42||INOPIAE||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2013-01-14 21:53||Werner Dworak||Fixed in Version||=> 2012 Q4|