Release Notes: This release adds search functionality for PKCS#11 libraries, allows display of x509v3 extensions as columns in the certificate and request list, and supports exporting of requests and certificates as openssl config files. It also fixes some bugs.
Release Notes: This release improves the usability and Smart-card handling. XCA now supports token initializing, creating keys on a token, storing existing keys on a token, and deleting keys and certificates from a token. XCA supports drag and drop by opening items dropped onto it.
Release Notes: This bugfix release fixes a bug that sometimes crippled DistinguishedName entries.
Release Notes: This release adds support for smartcards via the PKCS#11 library API. They can be used like other keys. Certificates from a smartscard can be imported. XCA now also supports EC Keys. Templates can now be generated from a certificate or a PKCS#10 request.
Release Notes: The validation of certificate requests was fixed. During certificate creation the user is notified about duplicate v3 extensions. The subject of certificate requests can now be modified before signing it. Arbitrary X509v3 extensions may be added by using the OpenSSL configuration file format on the "Advanced Settings" tab. A validation button computes and displays all extensions before creating the certificate.
Release Notes: This version fixes an issue where some CA signed certificates were not sorted correctly below that CA. Malformed certificates no longer cause a crash. The string encoding rules for the distinguished name can now be set in the options dialog and PKCS#10 attributes can be set and inspected.
Release Notes: This release adds an options dialog, where the default hash, mandatory distinguished name entries, and multiple key use may be adjusted. The representation of the internal names has changed to UTF-8.
Release Notes: This release has undelete functionality and autodetection of imported PEM files. The date settings during certificate generation were fixed, and long distinguished names are displayed completely now. Circular signed certificates are recognized and handled properly.
Release Notes: The application was ported to the new API of Qt4 and the database format was changed. CRL settings can be changed, and the x509v3 extension input dialog is more user-friendly. PKCS#10 requests may also contain v3 extensions that can be inherited when signing them. The public-keys were extended by DSA keys and they may be encrypted with different passwords in the DB. There is now an export function to dump the whole database into a directory tree for backup purposes or usage by OpenSSL on the command line.
Release Notes: This release supports multiple databases. PKCS#12 importation has been improved. The documentation is now part of the application and is available via the new menu bar.