Sunday, May 22, 2011

EJBCA 4.0.2 released

We are proud to release EJBCA 4.0.2. This release brings many optimizations and improvements to EJBCA 4.0. We regard this as the best version of EJBCA to date, setting new performance records as well as improving on the already extensive feature set. A thorough time for QA also assures that this should be one of the most stable releases in production for the coming months.

In all 44 issues have been resolved.

Noteworthy changes:
  • Internal optimizations makes this the fastest version of EJBCA ever, capable of issuing > 400 certificates/second (depending on configuration).
  • Certificate enrollment now works also with Safari and Chrome browsers and Android 2.3.4.
  • Support for PrivateKeyUsagePeriod certificate extension.
  • Fixed a time zone bug issuing CVC certificates where the date was encoded using local timezone instead of GMT in certificates.
  • More admin console and public web improvements from David Carella of Linagora.
  • Now uses ISO8601 date format consistently when entering dates in admin console.
  • Automatic generation of Norwegian UNID numbers from CMP requests.
  • Many small bug fixes and improvements.

The ISO8601 date format (yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ssZZ) is used in the Admin GUI and EJBCA WS interface,
so clients no longer have to be aware of in what time zone the CA servers are located.
The old format (in US Locale) will still work for incoming requests in the WS, but any returned
UserDataVOWS containing custom start and end date will use the new format.

Read the full Changelog for details.

The PrimeKey EJBCA Team

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