[openssl-users] (2013) : PKCS12 keystore creation failing in fips mode (RT3515)
Dr. Stephen Henson
steve at openssl.org
Fri Nov 13 18:23:35 UTC 2015
On Wed, Nov 11, 2015, jonetsu wrote:
> There is a thread in 2013 (30 May 03:15) in which Steve writes that OpenSSL 1.0.1 has a bug regarding the use of PKCS12 in FIPS mode since it tries to handle a certificate using a non-FIPS component. I think I found the commit that fixes this, although it is part of a quite huge commit of 33,065 lines (7e1b7485706c2b11091b5fa897fe496a2faa56cc) done earlier this year.
> There is perhaps a simpler commit that fixes only this issue (92830dc1ca0bb2d12bf05a12ebb798709595fa5a) although I can't see the commit in the git tree I have fetched last week, even by branching to remotes/origin/OpenSSL_1_0_1-stable.
> We are using 1.0.1.e. My question is, was bug RT3515 included in a later 1.0.1 release ? If so, which one ?
Try commit cdb6c48445ded3daafab32e5f266943d07bb512b
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