Java Code Examples for org.spongycastle.asn1.ASN1String

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Example 1
Source Project: bcm-android   Source File: X509Utils.java    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Returns either a string that "sums up" the certificate for humans, in a similar manner to what you might see
 * in a web browser, or null if one cannot be extracted. This will typically be the common name (CN) field, but
 * can also be the org (O) field, org+location+country if withLocation is set, or the email
 * address for S/MIME certificates.
 */
@Nullable
public static String getDisplayNameFromCertificate(@Nonnull X509Certificate certificate, boolean withLocation) throws CertificateParsingException {
    X500Name name = new X500Name(certificate.getSubjectX500Principal().getName());
    String commonName = null, org = null, location = null, country = null;
    for (RDN rdn : name.getRDNs()) {
        AttributeTypeAndValue pair = rdn.getFirst();
        String val = ((ASN1String) pair.getValue()).getString();
        ASN1ObjectIdentifier type = pair.getType();
        if (type.equals(RFC4519Style.cn))
            commonName = val;
        else if (type.equals(RFC4519Style.o))
            org = val;
        else if (type.equals(RFC4519Style.l))
            location = val;
        else if (type.equals(RFC4519Style.c))
            country = val;
    }
    final Collection<List<?>> subjectAlternativeNames = certificate.getSubjectAlternativeNames();
    String altName = null;
    if (subjectAlternativeNames != null)
        for (final List<?> subjectAlternativeName : subjectAlternativeNames)
            if ((Integer) subjectAlternativeName.get(0) == 1) // rfc822name
                altName = (String) subjectAlternativeName.get(1);

    if (org != null) {
        return withLocation ? Joiner.on(", ").skipNulls().join(org, location, country) : org;
    } else if (commonName != null) {
        return commonName;
    } else {
        return altName;
    }
}
 
Example 2
Source Project: green_android   Source File: X509Utils.java    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 5 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Returns either a string that "sums up" the certificate for humans, in a similar manner to what you might see
 * in a web browser, or null if one cannot be extracted. This will typically be the common name (CN) field, but
 * can also be the org (O) field, org+location+country if withLocation is set, or the email
 * address for S/MIME certificates.
 */
@Nullable
public static String getDisplayNameFromCertificate(@Nonnull X509Certificate certificate, boolean withLocation) throws CertificateParsingException {
    X500Name name = new X500Name(certificate.getSubjectX500Principal().getName());
    String commonName = null, org = null, location = null, country = null;
    for (RDN rdn : name.getRDNs()) {
        AttributeTypeAndValue pair = rdn.getFirst();
        String val = ((ASN1String) pair.getValue()).getString();
        ASN1ObjectIdentifier type = pair.getType();
        if (type.equals(RFC4519Style.cn))
            commonName = val;
        else if (type.equals(RFC4519Style.o))
            org = val;
        else if (type.equals(RFC4519Style.l))
            location = val;
        else if (type.equals(RFC4519Style.c))
            country = val;
    }
    final Collection<List<?>> subjectAlternativeNames = certificate.getSubjectAlternativeNames();
    String altName = null;
    if (subjectAlternativeNames != null)
        for (final List<?> subjectAlternativeName : subjectAlternativeNames)
            if ((Integer) subjectAlternativeName.get(0) == 1) // rfc822name
                altName = (String) subjectAlternativeName.get(1);

    if (org != null) {
        return withLocation ? Joiner.on(", ").skipNulls().join(org, location, country) : org;
    } else if (commonName != null) {
        return commonName;
    } else {
        return altName;
    }
}
 
Example 3
Source Project: GreenBits   Source File: X509Utils.java    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 5 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Returns either a string that "sums up" the certificate for humans, in a similar manner to what you might see
 * in a web browser, or null if one cannot be extracted. This will typically be the common name (CN) field, but
 * can also be the org (O) field, org+location+country if withLocation is set, or the email
 * address for S/MIME certificates.
 */
@Nullable
public static String getDisplayNameFromCertificate(@Nonnull X509Certificate certificate, boolean withLocation) throws CertificateParsingException {
    X500Name name = new X500Name(certificate.getSubjectX500Principal().getName());
    String commonName = null, org = null, location = null, country = null;
    for (RDN rdn : name.getRDNs()) {
        AttributeTypeAndValue pair = rdn.getFirst();
        String val = ((ASN1String) pair.getValue()).getString();
        ASN1ObjectIdentifier type = pair.getType();
        if (type.equals(RFC4519Style.cn))
            commonName = val;
        else if (type.equals(RFC4519Style.o))
            org = val;
        else if (type.equals(RFC4519Style.l))
            location = val;
        else if (type.equals(RFC4519Style.c))
            country = val;
    }
    final Collection<List<?>> subjectAlternativeNames = certificate.getSubjectAlternativeNames();
    String altName = null;
    if (subjectAlternativeNames != null)
        for (final List<?> subjectAlternativeName : subjectAlternativeNames)
            if ((Integer) subjectAlternativeName.get(0) == 1) // rfc822name
                altName = (String) subjectAlternativeName.get(1);

    if (org != null) {
        return withLocation ? Joiner.on(", ").skipNulls().join(org, location, country) : org;
    } else if (commonName != null) {
        return commonName;
    } else {
        return altName;
    }
}