chaturika peiris an channa perera sex - Dumpasn1 online dating

by  |  01-Jan-2015 16:38

This work ok, but this two-stage decoding seems awkward, I guess there is an easier and clever way to do. That information is passed informally, thus implementers are expected to do a two-stage processing.BTW, is there an integrated way to convert the bitstring into a byte sequence? There are the ' CONTAINING / ENCODED BY' ASN.1 clauses that seem to be designed for such cases, however Subject Public Key Info does not use them (neither pyasn1 currently implement them).

I'm having troubles parsing a RSA public key file The PEM file has the following format: $ ./dumpasn1 -a ./0 290: SEQUENCE { 4 13: SEQUENCE { 6 9: OBJECT IDENTIFIER rsa Encryption (1 49 1 1 1) 17 0: NULL : } 19 271: BIT STRING, encapsulates { 24 266: SEQUENCE { 28 257: INTEGER : 00 C6 DF 30 0F 84 1C F7 6D AF 2E FF 89 CA D2 49 : 40 14 90 6E BC D6 57 2E 19 62 EE CD 3D 04 6D 72 .../...

289 3: INTEGER 65537 : } : } : } 0 warnings, 0 errors.

The main trouble comes with the BITSTRING encapsulation: pyasn1 DER decoder does not decode the encapsulated data within the bitstring, that is the modulus and exponent of the public key files (an integer pair) I've checked out the pyasn1_modules extra files, but I've been unable to use the RSAPublic Key class to properly parse the content of the bitstring.

As a more generic question, I'm not sure how to deal with this kind of "encapsulating" bitstring.

The only workaround I found up to now is to convert the bitstring into a byte sequence, and ask the DER decoder to decode this byte sequence using the RSAPublic Key class. I'm having troubles parsing a RSA public key file The PEM file has the following format: $ ./dumpasn1 -a ./0 290: SEQUENCE { 4 13: SEQUENCE { 6 9: OBJECT IDENTIFIER rsa Encryption (1 49 1 1 1) 17 0: NULL : } 19 271: BIT STRING, encapsulates { 24 266: SEQUENCE { 28 257: INTEGER : 00 C6 DF 30 0F 84 1C F7 6D AF 2E FF 89 CA D2 49 : 40 14 90 6E BC D6 57 2E 19 62 EE CD 3D 04 6D 72 .../...

Community Discussion