[openssl-users] Help for Bug - time stamp routines:TS_CHECK_SIGNING_CERTS:ess signing, certificate error:ts_rsp_verify.c:291:
mario.scalabrino at yahoo.it
Mon May 23 10:25:33 UTC 2016
Dear openssl users,
I'm struggling with the error below, I wrote to Openssl development in
February 2016 but they are busy with the next release, I see they are
aware of it in git/openssl and working on it.
The bug is in the command ts -verify
|************** openssl ts -verify -digest
e16db7d30581e44a5540f19553852b5a4e4e26f9adc365cc846f94038ee33025 \ -in
/tmp/namirial.tsr -CAfile /tmp/NamirialCATSA.pem Verification: FAILED
routines:TS_CHECK_SIGNING_CERTS:ess signing certificate
I need to verify programmatically that every timestamped document its'
ok, it is very important for me to provide reliable timestamping from a
trusted qualified European Union Timestamping Authority.
From what I understood the bug relates to the fact that the new TSA's
certificates are not compatible with the old way openssl reads them, or
their attribute or hashing. My understanding of it is very basic.
*Is there a patch that I can apply?
*The bug has been found in 2013
I also opened a thread here
It seems that it has been mentioned also here in git
Here's my environment
Ubuntu 14.04 LTS guest of a Virtualbox VM in an openstack IaaS.
|OpenSSL 1.0.1f 6 Jan 2014 |
|||Server Info: Apache/2.4.18 (Ubuntu)
PHP Version: 5.5.34-1+deb.sury.org~trusty+1|
mysql Ver 14.14 Distrib 5.5.49, for debian-linux-gnu (x86_64) using
Could you please help?
Thank you in advance
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