pub trait TlsCertificateExt: 'static {
Show 21 methods fn dns_names(&self) -> Vec<Bytes>; fn ip_addresses(&self) -> Vec<InetAddress>; fn issuer(&self) -> Option<TlsCertificate>; fn issuer_name(&self) -> Option<GString>; fn not_valid_after(&self) -> Option<DateTime>; fn not_valid_before(&self) -> Option<DateTime>; fn subject_name(&self) -> Option<GString>; fn is_same(&self, cert_two: &impl IsA<TlsCertificate>) -> bool; fn verify(
        &self,
        identity: Option<&impl IsA<SocketConnectable>>,
        trusted_ca: Option<&impl IsA<TlsCertificate>>
    ) -> TlsCertificateFlags; fn certificate(&self) -> Option<ByteArray>; fn certificate_pem(&self) -> Option<GString>; fn pkcs11_uri(&self) -> Option<GString>; fn private_key(&self) -> Option<ByteArray>; fn private_key_pem(&self) -> Option<GString>; fn private_key_pkcs11_uri(&self) -> Option<GString>; fn connect_dns_names_notify<F: Fn(&Self) + 'static>(
        &self,
        f: F
    ) -> SignalHandlerId; fn connect_ip_addresses_notify<F: Fn(&Self) + 'static>(
        &self,
        f: F
    ) -> SignalHandlerId; fn connect_issuer_name_notify<F: Fn(&Self) + 'static>(
        &self,
        f: F
    ) -> SignalHandlerId; fn connect_not_valid_after_notify<F: Fn(&Self) + 'static>(
        &self,
        f: F
    ) -> SignalHandlerId; fn connect_not_valid_before_notify<F: Fn(&Self) + 'static>(
        &self,
        f: F
    ) -> SignalHandlerId; fn connect_subject_name_notify<F: Fn(&Self) + 'static>(
        &self,
        f: F
    ) -> SignalHandlerId;
}
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Trait containing all TlsCertificate methods.

Implementors

TlsCertificate

Required Methods

Available on crate feature v2_70 only.

Gets the value of property::TlsCertificate::dns-names.

Returns

A GPtrArray of glib::Bytes elements, or None if it’s not available.

Available on crate feature v2_70 only.

Gets the value of property::TlsCertificate::ip-addresses.

Returns

A GPtrArray of InetAddress elements, or None if it’s not available.

Gets the TlsCertificate representing self’s issuer, if known

Returns

The certificate of self’s issuer, or None if self is self-signed or signed with an unknown certificate.

Available on crate feature v2_70 only.

Returns the issuer name from the certificate.

Returns

The issuer name, or None if it’s not available.

Available on crate feature v2_70 only.

Returns the time at which the certificate became or will become invalid.

Returns

The not-valid-after date, or None if it’s not available.

Available on crate feature v2_70 only.

Returns the time at which the certificate became or will become valid.

Returns

The not-valid-before date, or None if it’s not available.

Available on crate feature v2_70 only.

Returns the subject name from the certificate.

Returns

The subject name, or None if it’s not available.

Check if two TlsCertificate objects represent the same certificate. The raw DER byte data of the two certificates are checked for equality. This has the effect that two certificates may compare equal even if their property::TlsCertificate::issuer, property::TlsCertificate::private-key, or property::TlsCertificate::private-key-pem properties differ.

cert_two

second certificate to compare

Returns

whether the same or not

This verifies self and returns a set of TlsCertificateFlags indicating any problems found with it. This can be used to verify a certificate outside the context of making a connection, or to check a certificate against a CA that is not part of the system CA database.

If identity is not None, self’s name(s) will be compared against it, and TlsCertificateFlags::BAD_IDENTITY will be set in the return value if it does not match. If identity is None, that bit will never be set in the return value.

If trusted_ca is not None, then self (or one of the certificates in its chain) must be signed by it, or else TlsCertificateFlags::UNKNOWN_CA will be set in the return value. If trusted_ca is None, that bit will never be set in the return value.

GLib guarantees that if certificate verification fails, at least one error will be set in the return value, but it does not guarantee that all possible errors will be set. Accordingly, you may not safely decide to ignore any particular type of error. For example, it would be incorrect to mask TlsCertificateFlags::EXPIRED if you want to allow expired certificates, because this could potentially be the only error flag set even if other problems exist with the certificate.

Because TLS session context is not used, TlsCertificate may not perform as many checks on the certificates as TlsConnection would. For example, certificate constraints may not be honored, and revocation checks may not be performed. The best way to verify TLS certificates used by a TLS connection is to let TlsConnection handle the verification.

identity

the expected peer identity

trusted_ca

the certificate of a trusted authority

Returns

the appropriate TlsCertificateFlags

The DER (binary) encoded representation of the certificate. This property and the property::TlsCertificate::certificate-pem property represent the same data, just in different forms.

The PEM (ASCII) encoded representation of the certificate. This property and the property::TlsCertificate::certificate property represent the same data, just in different forms.

Available on crate feature v2_68 only.

A URI referencing the PKCS `11` objects containing an X.509 certificate and optionally a private key.

If None, the certificate is either not backed by PKCS `11 or the [TlsBackend][crate::TlsBackend] does not support PKCS \11`.

The DER (binary) encoded representation of the certificate’s private key, in either [PKCS `1 format](https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/html/rfc8017) or unencrypted [PKCS \8 format.](https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/html/rfc5208) PKCS \8 format is supported since 2.32; earlier releases only support PKCS \1. You can use the openssl rsa tool to convert PKCS \8 keys to PKCS \1`.

This property (or the property::TlsCertificate::private-key-pem property) can be set when constructing a key (for example, from a file). Since GLib 2.70, it is now also readable; however, be aware that if the private key is backed by a PKCS `11 URI – for example, if it is stored on a smartcard – then this property will be [None]. If so, the private key must be referenced via its PKCS \11URI,property::TlsCertificate::private-key-pkcs11-uri. You must check both properties to see if the certificate really has a private key. When this property is read, the output format will be unencrypted PKCS \8`.

The PEM (ASCII) encoded representation of the certificate’s private key in either [PKCS `1 format](https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/html/rfc8017) ("BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY") or unencrypted [PKCS \8 format](https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/html/rfc5208) ("BEGIN PRIVATE KEY"). PKCS \8 format is supported since 2.32; earlier releases only support PKCS \1. You can use the openssl rsa tool to convert PKCS \8 keys to PKCS \1`.

This property (or the property::TlsCertificate::private-key property) can be set when constructing a key (for example, from a file). Since GLib 2.70, it is now also readable; however, be aware that if the private key is backed by a PKCS `11 URI - for example, if it is stored on a smartcard - then this property will be [None]. If so, the private key must be referenced via its PKCS \11URI,property::TlsCertificate::private-key-pkcs11-uri. You must check both properties to see if the certificate really has a private key. When this property is read, the output format will be unencrypted PKCS \8`.

Available on crate feature v2_68 only.

A URI referencing a PKCS `11` object containing a private key.

Available on crate feature v2_70 only.
Available on crate feature v2_70 only.
Available on crate feature v2_70 only.
Available on crate feature v2_70 only.
Available on crate feature v2_70 only.
Available on crate feature v2_70 only.

Implementors