gnoMint is an X.509 Certification Authority management tool.
Currently, it has two different interfaces: one for GTK/Gnome environments, and another one for command-line.
It's free software, under the GNU/GPL license.
I'm pleased to announce the version 1.2.1, also known as "All you need is a giant pacifier", of gnoMint: a graphical X.509 Certification Authority management tool.This version includes some bug fixes over the 1.2.0 version:
- Fixing use of an already freed string (fixes RedHat Bugzilla #584069)
- Fixing crash when revoking a CA certificate, if revoked certificates were not visible.
- Improving warning message while revoking certificates. Adding a different message while revoking a CA certificate.
- Added Occitan translation. Updating all translations from Launchpad.
I'm pleased to announce the version 1.2.0, also known as "How to put an elephant to sleep", of gnoMint: a graphical X.509 Certification Authority management tool.This version includes some bug fixes and improvements over the 1.1.0 version:
- Added support for CRL distribution points
- Correcting bug in export from menu.
- Correcting bug in CA policy settings (both in gnoMint and gnoMint-cli).
- Adding some support for Windows compilation (thanks to Jaroslav Imrich).
- Added Slovak translation. Updating all translations from Launchpad.
gnoMint is now managed using Git, the distributed Software Control Management tool created by Linus Torvalds.You can get more information in the Git info page of the project in Sourceforge.
I'm pleased to announce the version 1.1.0, also known as "Against the tide of bit-rot", of gnoMint: a graphical X.509 Certification Authority management tool. This version includes some bug fixes and improvements over the 1.0.0 version:
- gnoMint interface generation now uses GtkBuilder instead of Libglade (so it requires GTK+ 2.12 or newer).
- Correcting bug affecting Slackware systems.
- Correcting compile bug affecting RedHat and CentOS 5 systems.
- Correcting Debian bug #554669: gnoMint now should compile perfectly using binutils-gold.
- Correcting bug that affected showpolicy command in gnomint-cli
- Fixed some problems that affected databases with different certificates with the same DN.
- Added Catalan translation. Updating all translations from Launchpad.
You can get the tarball from sourceforge mirrors: http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/gnomint/gnomint-1.1.0.tar.gz?download
I'm pleased to announce the 1.0.0 version "Minted gnoMint" of gnoMint: a graphical X.509 Certification Authority management tool.
This version is the first stable release of gnoMint.
This version includes some bug fixes and improvements over the 0.9.9 release candidate version:
- Added a new full Russian translation, thanks to Aquanaut. Added Finnish translation.
- Other updated translations: Spanish, Slovak.
- Added forgotten crlgen function to gnomint-cli text-based interface.
- Fix compilation with GnuTLS 2.8.0.
- While creating a new certificate, the program now checks if new cert expiration date is after the CA expiration date. In that case, the program shows an info message and set the new cert expiration date to the CA expiration date.
You can get the tarball from sourceforge mirrors:
I'm pleased to announce the 0.9.9 version of gnoMint: an easy X.509 Certification Authority management tool.
This version includes a major code clean-up, and some interesting new features:
- Now, gnoMint is able to import CAs that have been generated with the managing scripts included in OpenSSL (as CA.pl and openssl ca). This support is added to the already existing support for importing CAs generated by TinyCA.
- Updated translations from launchpad.net: added new Brazilian Portuguese translation.
- A new, more secure, cyphering method (based on AES) has been included for protecting passwords and private keys. The program is fully compatible with old method. For forcing the protection of the whole database with the new-method, change the database password.
- New graphic and fully functional toolbar.
Some bugs have been fixed too:
- Fixed an architecture depending function that could give some problems in other architectures distinct to x86.
- Removed libgnomeui useless dependence.
- Fixed problem while importing certification authority if there were certificates in the database generated by the imported one.
- Fixed problem while exporting a CSR private key.
- Fixed problems while recovering from failures when opening, creating or saving databases.
- Ensuring GTK+-2.10 compatibility.
You can get the tarball from sourceforge mirrors: http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/gnomint/gnomint-0.9.9.tar.gz?download
This version is the last expected beta release before final gnoMint 1.0 version. Please, test this 0.9.9 release more as it right now the 1.0.0 will be exactly identical to it (except version number). If 0.9.9 is not working as you would like the final 1.0.0 to work, now is the time to say so!
I'm pleased to announce the 0.9.1 version of gnoMint: a graphical X.509 Certification Authority management tool.
This version adds a minor patch, fixing a little bug that made gnomint-cli to not compile in some systems as OpenSuse v11.
You can get the tarball from sourceforge mirrors: http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/gnomint/gnomint-0.9.1.tar.gz?download
I'm pleased to announce the 0.9.0 version, aka "Command-line & Conquer-line", of gnoMint: a graphical X.509 Certification Authority management tool.
This version adds a full brand-new command-line interface: gnomint-cli. This interface allows any action over a gnoMint database, getting its orders through standard input. Now gnoMint is fully scriptable, so, for example, you will be able to enter a new cron task for creating your CRLs in scheduled time, or to create a bunch of new certificates from a list of employees.
You can get the tarball from sourceforge mirrors: http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/gnomint/gnomint-0.9.0.tar.gz?download
Jaroslav Imrich is currently working on an article about OpenVPN for one slovak linux website.
He used gnoMint as certificate authority and issued certificates for OpenVPN server and two clients. First he wanted to describe process with screenshots but then he came up with an idea of video tutorial.
You can watch the result at http://www.youtube.com/watch?
Also new "subtitle" feature of youtube is used. Subtitles are available in English and Slovak so you have to turn them on in the lower right corner of the video area.
Thank you, Jaroslav!