Irmen de Jong
irmen.NOSPAM at xs4all.nl
Wed Nov 5 18:25:44 CET 2014
On 5-11-2014 11:14, Robin Becker wrote:
> On 05/11/2014 06:40, dieter wrote:
>> Robin Becker <robin at reportlab.com> writes:
>>> Is there a way to do pkcs7 / 12 signing with python.
>> Have you checked whether "OpenSSL" supports this kind of signing?
>> If it does, then you likely can use this via several Python wrappings
>> for "OpenSSL".
> I checked that the openssl library does have a call for this, however, I cannot see this
> exposed in either the cryptography or py2crypto packages. The code may be in there, but
> I don't see it obviously exposed. I think m2crypto might do the job, but building it for
> windows is a pain and I probably have to build it 6 times ie 32 & 64 bits x 2.7 3.3 &
> 3.4. There are pre-built versions of openssl, but that's also a moving target right now.
If you've got no luck with a direct openssl library, you can also call the openssl.exe
binary and capture its results back into Python. You'll have to install something on
windows to get that executable though.
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