Jack Magne wrote:
If you know the name of the CoolKey module when you added it using modutil. That is what you should use for -h.-h is actually the token name for the slot. For removable tokens it will vary depending on what token is inserted. For Coolkey and CAC cards it's typically the CN of the certificate in slot 1.
Matt Anderson wrote:Jack Magne wrote:I ran a few tests with my own CAC card and when I do the following: certutil -L -d ./ -h COOLKEYThe -h specifies the module. It might be instructive to see what your stunnel code is doing. Is it referencing the module?-h doesn't seem to do anything. I had been always supplying "-h all" but now that you mentioned it I tried "-h coolkey" and "-h foo" and every time I get the same set of certificates listed in the output.When trying to list a particular certificate , certutil has a -n cert-name option which is the nickname of the cert as printed by certutil.First try to simply have certutil print out your certificate on the screen. Once you have the name right, you should be good.-n seems to work in the same way: $ certutil -L -d ~/.nssdb -h foo -n fooCertificate Nickname Trust AttributesSSL,S/MIME,JAR/XPI Enter Password or Pin for "Matt R Anderson": ClassB P,P,P HPQ-CA T,c,c ClassA u,u,u Matt R Anderson:CAC ID Certificate u,u,uIt seems like "Matt R Anderson" would be the nickname that I should list in the stunnel config file, but when I do that I get this error message:2008.08.20 14:36:18 LOG7[21014:142554448]: Certificate: "Matt R Anderson" 2008.08.20 14:36:18 LOG3[21014:142554448]: PK11_FindCertFromNickname: Unknown code ___f 18(-8174,0)-matt
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