I'm pleased to announce the 0.4.0 version of gnoMint: a graphical Certification Authority managing tool.
This version add some useful features to 0.3.2 version:
- Private keys can be saved in external files, so they can be kept in external drives. This files are in PKCS#8 password-protected format.
- All private keys in the database can be encrypted with a password, so nobody can extract private keys, or generate new certificates or CRLs, without knowing the password. This way, direct access to a password-protected database file using sqlite3 can only access to public information: all the private parts are cyphered with an AES-based algorithm.
- Added a contextual menu for allowing easy operation with certificates and CSRs.