[openssl-users] JAR file of openssl source code.
jb-openssl at wisemo.com
Mon Mar 23 06:27:04 UTC 2015
The most common Java interface for openssl is to use an
openssllibrary wrapper as the JNI backend behind the
Java CryptographyExtensions (JCE). For instance this
is how Android implements JCE.
Curiously Android returns the OID from the JCE name()
method, and then end up having to add alias names such
"22.214.171.124.2.29" wherethey should have been processing
"sha1WithRsaEncryption" whichis already the name of
On 23/03/2015 06:31, Niraj Sorathiya wrote:
> I was trying to use openssl with java that's why I asked about jar
> file for it.
> I know source code is available in c.
> On 23-Mar-2015 1:23 AM, "pl" <pl at artisanlogiciel.net
> <mailto:pl at artisanlogiciel.net>> wrote:
> On 22/03/2015 19:29, Niraj Sorathiya wrote:
>> Thanks Matt and jar file of openssl source code is available ?
>> I searched a lot but didn't get.
>> On 22-Mar-2015 8:01 PM, "Matt Caswell" <matt at openssl.org
>> <mailto:matt at openssl.org>> wrote:
>> On 22/03/15 04:14, Niraj Sorathiya wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> > Can anyone tell me starting point or location of main
>> method in openssl
>> > source code which starts openssl command line toolkit ?
>> Hi Niraj
>> "main" is located in apps/openssl.c
> It is a git clone, not a jar since jar are mostly for java based
> projects, openssl is C code.
Actually, it is a .tar.gz file unless working with bleeding
The .tar.gz is signed with gpg not PKCS#7 like jar files.
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