Konqueror and personal certificates

Konqueror and personal certificates

Post by Anders R?ber » Thu, 05 Jul 2001 01:48:27



Hi all!

I'm starting to like Konqueror more and more, but one thing
puzzles me. Is it not possible to use personal certificates is
Konqureror or have I missed something?

Regards,
        Anders

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Konqueror and personal certificates

Post by Moritz Moeller - Herrman » Fri, 06 Jul 2001 19:29:32


Anders R?berg"in comp.windows.x.kde:

Quote:> Hi all!

> I'm starting to like Konqueror more and more, but one thing
> puzzles me. Is it not possible to use personal certificates is
> Konqureror or have I missed something?

I don't know if it is already working perfectly, but you can import
personal certificates in

KControl->Personalization->Cryptography->Certificates

This KDE-2.2 or later stuff, so check out KDE-2.2beta1 (quite stable and a
lot faster than earlier versions) and report any problems you might find.

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Konqueror and personal certificates

Post by Anders R?ber » Sat, 07 Jul 2001 01:25:39




> I don't know if it is already working perfectly, but you can import
> personal certificates in
> KControl->Personalization->Cryptography->Certificates  This KDE-2.2 or
> later stuff, so check out KDE-2.2beta1 (quite stable and a lot faster
> than earlier versions) and report any problems you might find.

Thank you, Moritz.
I'll have to try the 2.2beta1. I'm using 2.1.1 now.

        /Anders

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