[openssl-users] Verify signature without certificate included in it

c.holper at ades.at c.holper at ades.at
Sat Apr 23 16:36:35 UTC 2016

Ahh... i see.



On 2016-04-22 20:22, c.holper at ades.at wrote:
> hi!
> I am using openssl-smime for signing outgoing messages and verifying 
> incoming.
> My question is about verifying.
> If the partner signs a message where the certificate is included in 
> the signature all is OK.
> If he signes only with issuer and serial included in the signature i 
> get an error ("signer certificate not found").
> If I parse the signature with openssl-asn1parse I can see the content 
> of the signature. So I see whats included.
> Do not know how to describe it in a better way. Is there a name for 
> signatures with/without certificate-information?
> How can I get the signature get verifyed if there is no certificate 
> included in it?
> Thanks for help!
> Chris

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