This is a discussion on Re: [openssl-dev] Regarding extended key usage extension implementation which differs from RFC 2459 - Openssl ; Thank you very much for the information. --- Erwann ABALEA wrote: > Bonsoir, >=20 > Hodie VI Id. Iun. MMVII est, durgaprasad jammula > scripsit: > > This question is regarding the extended key usage > > extension implementation which ...
Thank you very much for the information.
--- Erwann ABALEA
> Hodie VI Id. Iun. MMVII est, durgaprasad jammula
> > This question is regarding the extended key usage
> > extension implementation which differs from the
> > specification [RFC 2459].
> > I read RFC 2459 in
> > http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc2459.html section
> > Extended key usage field.=20
> The corresponding paragraph of the RFC3280 (RFC2459
> is obsolete, and
> superseded by RFC3280) reads:
> "If the extension is present, then the certificate
> MUST only be used
> for one of the purposes indicated."
> RFC3280 is much more clear and unambigous than
> Erwann ABALEA
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