x509 certificates and pkcs11
DigitalSky - M.Suter
Sun Oct 2 20:21:00 GMT 2005
we are developing a small privacy tool in java (as a diploma thesis) and
experienced some problems with gcj and certificates:
I could successfully compile a bouncy castle PKCS12 keystore to native.
Afterwards I tried to do something with x509 certificates (generating,
verifying) and store these in this keystore.
I was very happy when I saw compile it too.
But when I wanted to launch this compiled program, I got the following error
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.ExceptionInInitializerError
Caused by: java.util.MissingResourceException: Bundle
Is there a workaround to solve this problem, whitout changing the code from
the bouncy castle library?
Or is there any other way, to deal with x509 certificates and keystores,
which I can compile using gcj?
(I know the GNU Crypto Library, but i couldn't find x509 Certificate
I used MingW GCJ 4.0 and Bouncy Castle 1.29
My Second question is related to smart cards:
Has anybody tried to compile a program to native, that deals with smart
cards (with PKCS#11)?
Sun has a new PKCS11-Provider. Is there a posibility to use this mentioned
provider or do I have to use another framework
like opencard or opensc?
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