Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 426526
tinyca2 just shows one Common Name of a certificate when multiple are present
Last modified: 2015-01-07 19:16:17 EST
Quoting from Debian (See URL):
Create a certificate request with multiple common names, like this:
openssl req -newkey rsa:2048 -keyout the.key -out the.req -nodes \
When you import the request into tinyca2, there is no indication there
is more than one common name — it just displays one of them. When you
sign the cert, it puts all of them into the cert...
So, it is very easy to wind up signing identities you had no intention
whatsoever of signing.
There is a workaround: if you right-click the request, and click view
request, the full OpenSLL output will show all the common names.
Not sure if this is that serious, as user can still see the full OpenSSL output.
But if it's not hard to fix, I'd prefer we did. No CVE name yet.
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