[openssl-users] output from: dh, dhparam, pkeyparam

Jakob Bohm jb-openssl at wisemo.com
Wed Aug 10 16:00:21 UTC 2016

On 08/08/2016 16:51, Benjamin Kaduk wrote:
> What Rich said, and also note that it's perfectly valid usage of the 
> PEM routines to read one type from a BIO and then go on to read 
> another (potentially different) type from the same BIO, as would 
> happen if they were in the same file concatenated after each other.  
> So, attempting to peek and see if there was other stuff after the read 
> PEM object would be a strange special case.
Maybe there should be a general
routine called from the functions that take a file name as
argument, open it as a BIO, loads some PEM data and closes
the BIO, thus giving the caller no opportunity to use (or
check for) any extra PEM blocks (or DER blocks for DER


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