Issue with representation of Distinguished Name element STATE in certificates

Diskutiere Issue with representation of Distinguished Name element STATE in certificates im Windows 10 Forum im Bereich Microsoft Community Fragen; If you open a certificate with any Windows Crypto Library (also the certificate viewer), the representation of a specific information is not...

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If you open a certificate with any Windows Crypto Library (also the certificate viewer), the representation of a specific information is not according to the X.500 standard and RFC 2253.


The value STATE in the DN is represented in Windows with S.


In the RFC the string S does not exists. According to the RFC, the correct string would be ST.


If you use the DN for other purposes the wrong use of the string can crash in other applications.
 
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