[openssl-users] OpenSSL 1.0.2d X509_verify_cert function does not work as used to with chain of certificates
jb-openssl at wisemo.com
Mon Nov 16 23:05:55 UTC 2015
Probably not, that constraint is satisfied since this is SSL/TLS and the
end cert has that same EKU.
On 16/11/2015 22:37, E T wrote:
> Could it be because your CA-2 has the following: Extended Key Usage
> - Client Authentication, Server Authentication?
> Some fields that in general only apply to end certificates, e.g. name
> constraints, when used in a CA certificate, are interpreted as
> constraints on the certificates that can be issued by that CA.
> On Nov 16, 2015, at 11:48 AM, Jayalakshmi bhat
> <bhat.jayalakshmi at gmail.com <mailto:bhat.jayalakshmi at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Hi Matt,
> Thank you for the response. I have attached the certificates details.
> My apology I am not supposed to share the certificates. We are not
> using X509_VERIFY_PARAM_xxx API's. We are using 4 certificates with
> the device.
> 1. Root CA- Baltimore CyberTrust Root
> 2. Intermediate CA-1 - Microsoft Internet Authority
> 3. Intermediate CA-2 - Microsoft IT SSL SHA2
> 4. ID certificate - *.sharepoint.com <http://sharepoint.com/>
> Intermediate CAs are issued by the above Root CA. Issue is seen when
> all 4 certificates are installed. Error happens with the intermediate
> CA-2. check_trust returns X509_TRUST_UNTRUSTED. However if I do not
> install intermediate CA-2 things works fine.
> Any help is well appreciated.
> On Mon, Nov 16, 2015 at 2:52 PM, Matt Caswell <matt at openssl.org
> <mailto:matt at openssl.org>> wrote:
> On 16/11/15 06:52, Jayalakshmi bhat wrote:
> > Hi Victor,
> > Thanks a lot for details explanation.
> > Our device acts as TLS/SSL client. The device receives chain of
> > certificates as part of SSL handshake, when it is trying to get
> > connected to TLS/SSL server like sharepoint 365.
> > While validating the certificate chain from server, "*check_trust"
> > *fails with X509_V_ERR_CERT_UNTRUSTED.
> > This had been working fine with OpenSSL 1.0.1c.
> > When I checked the code execution, check_trust was not being
> called in
> > OpenSSL 1.0.1c as "if (param->trust > 0)" was not satisfied.
> > That is why I wanted to know is it mandatory for the applications to
> > set X509_VERIFY_PARAM in X509_STORE_CTX
> Are you able to share the certificates that the server provides you
> with? Also the root certificate you are using.
> It is not mandatory to set X509_VERIFY_PARAMs (but typically you at
> least want to verify the hostname through a call to
> "X509_VERIFY_PARAM_set1_host"). Are you currently do anything like
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