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Re: RE : Certificate in openldap

In message <001901c2c08c$6f2279c0$a503a8c0@PCGDL> on Mon, 20 Jan 2003 15:01:30 +0100, "De Leeuw Guy" <G.De_Leeuw@eurofer.be> said:

G.De_Leeuw> A x509 cert signed by the CA. It's not the correct
G.De_Leeuw> extension ??

Extension, yes.  But the extension really says nothing about the
format, although it's *usually* DER.

(and a small nit-pick: all X.509 certificates are signed by a CA, even
the self-signed ones)

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