|24 Dec 2009||#1|
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PKCS#10 request generation
I am trying to generate a PKCS#10 request in IE 8 of Windows 7. I observed that the underlying crypto library for the key pair generation is changed since Windows Vista. The xenroll.dll in Windows XP is replaced with CertEnroll.dll in Windows Vista and Windows 7.
It is also observed that the xenroll.dll is a signed dll and CertEnroll.dll is not. Is there any specific reason for not signing this dll? Or are there any updates released by Microsoft to replace this with a signed one?
If this is not the right place to get an answer to this query could someone suggest a forum where in I would get some inputs?
Any information in this regard is greatly appreciated.
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