Re: Valid Certificate Authority
Date: Thu, 10 Jun 2004 12:04:07 -0500
The certificate will be trusted based on the trusted root certificates
configured on the current machine. You can use the ICertificatePolicy class
that I mentioned before to determine whether the CA for the cert was not
trusted by examining the certificateProblem parameter in
CheckValidationResult. I found a decent blog posting that shows what the
values of the parameter can be (they are probably in the platform SDK
"Curtis Justus" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I need to verify that a certificate is coming from a valid certificate
> authority. Does anybody know where I could obtain a list with that
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