The current python-nss does not provide the interface needed to perform encryption using public/private key as shown in the following NSS example:
Based on current discussions the feeling is you should be using python-cryptography. The (new) stake in the ground is we're not going to extend python-nss unless there is no other way to get the functionality.
Are you able to proceed with just using python-cryptology?
Yes, python-cryptography is sufficient to implement password vault in IPA. Thanks.
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