An implementation of the Certificate Management Protocol (CMP) version 2, defined in RFC 4210, 4211, and 6712. This git branch of OpenSSL provides an RFC compliant implementation including a CMP client CLI. Goal is to contribute it to the OpenSSL project.
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.github Remind people to have 'Fixes #XXXX' in the commit message Apr 2, 2017
Configurations remove zip file with build info for OpenSSL version 1.0.2 Aug 15, 2018
VMS Simplify the handling of shared library version numbers Jul 26, 2017
apps Fixing cmp.c declaration issues raised by Sep 21, 2018
boringssl @ 2070f8a Update ossl_config.json for later BoringSSL commit Mar 14, 2017
crypto Fixing ASN.1 declaration issues raised by Sep 21, 2018
demos Update certificates in demos/bio, demos/cms, demos/smime Jun 14, 2018
doc make final error output more consistent, introducing OSSL_CMP_print_e… Sep 21, 2018
engines Replace accidentally used C99 macro __func__ with __FILE__/__LINE__ Jun 23, 2018
external/perl Existing transfer modules must have a package and a $VERSION Jul 10, 2018
fuzz Enable all protocols and ciphers in the fuzzer Jul 16, 2018
include Fixing ASN.1 declaration issues raised by Sep 21, 2018
krb5 @ b9ad6c4 [extended tests] Enable krb5 tests in Travis Apr 18, 2017
ms Update copyright year May 1, 2018
os-dep Move Haiku configuration to separate config file to denote May 19, 2016
pyca-cryptography @ 58fd9c4 fix pyca/cryptography test suite failure Jun 23, 2018
ssl Improve backwards compat for SSL_get_servername() Jul 26, 2018
test harmonize result type of OSSL_CMP_exec_RR_ses() and update/complete C… Sep 21, 2018
tools Update copyright year Mar 20, 2018
util Fixing ASN.1 declaration issues raised by Sep 21, 2018
.gitattributes crypto/pkcs12: facilitate accessing data with non-interoperable passw… Aug 22, 2016
.gitignore Add test/versions to gitignore Apr 4, 2018
.gitmodules [extended tests] Enable krb5 tests in Travis Apr 18, 2017
.travis-apt-pin.preferences Fix travis clang-3.9 builds Jun 23, 2017 Reduce travis-ci log output Mar 8, 2018
.travis.yml .travis.yml: omit linux-ppc64le target. Jul 23, 2018
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Refer to website for acknowledgements. Dec 8, 2015
AUTHORS Update AUTHORS list, add commentary Jul 9, 2018
CHANGES EC GFp ladder Jul 26, 2018
Configure Recent, squashed version of the CMP patch - 2018-07-28 Jul 28, 2018
FAQ Move FAQ to the web. Aug 16, 2015
INSTALL INSTALL,NOTES.WIN: classify no-asm as non-production option. Jul 25, 2018
LICENSE Update the license end year Jan 20, 2018
NEWS Update CHANGES and NEWS for the new release Mar 27, 2018
NOTES.ANDROID NOTES.ANDROID: fix typo in build notes May 15, 2018
NOTES.DJGPP Slight cleanup of the collection of READMEs, INSTALLs and NOTES May 23, 2016
NOTES.PERL Tweaks to NOTES.PERL Jun 3, 2016
NOTES.UNIX NOTES.UNIX: add "Linking your application" paragraph Jun 26, 2018
NOTES.VMS More typo fixes Mar 29, 2017
NOTES.WIN INSTALL,NOTES.WIN: classify no-asm as non-production option. Jul 25, 2018
README Prepare for 1.1.1-pre9-dev Jun 20, 2018
README.ENGINE Remove bsd_cryptodev engine Jun 19, 2017
README.FIPS Remove more (rest?) of FIPS build stuff. Jan 6, 2016
appveyor.yml CI config: no need to make both install and install_docs May 14, 2018 Configurations/10-main.conf: replace -bexpall with explicit list on AIX. Jun 13, 2018
config Configure: move --noexecstack probe to Configure. May 5, 2018 Update copyright year Feb 13, 2018
e_os.h Remove __cplusplus preamble from internal headers Jun 22, 2018


 OpenSSL 1.1.1-pre9-dev

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     Provides the client and server-side implementations for SSLv3 and TLS.

 libcrypto (with platform specific naming):
     Provides general cryptographic and X.509 support needed by SSL/TLS but
     not logically part of it.

     A command line tool that can be used for:
        Creation of key parameters
        Creation of X.509 certificates, CSRs and CRLs
        Calculation of message digests
        Encryption and decryption
        SSL/TLS client and server tests
        Handling of S/MIME signed or encrypted mail
        And more...


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    - Application Details (name, version)
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