Failed To Open /dev/ Pkcs#11
Systems Director only ran for 5 days, then crashed beyond fixing...(sigh). Generic Crypto Svcs are the services that NSS uses to do its basic cryptography (RSA encryption with public keys, hashing, AES, DES, RC4, RC2, and so on).Other PKCS #11 modules can Toolbox.com is not affiliated with or endorsed by any company listed at this site. Jaco Bezuidenhout 076 395 2334 021 983 5298 Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... http://itivityglobal.com/failed-to/failed-to-open-up-dev-io.html
NSS explicitly depends on this semantic without the use of C_CopyObject. This key will be sent to the CA. Try: $ file /usr/sbin/sshd $ string /usr/sbin/sshd | egrep 'ersio|eleas' $ ls -l /usr/sbin/sshd to see if the answers match what you expect an AIX executable to look like. When do NSS Applications spawn threads off the main thread, which in turn opens up a new PKCS #11 session? http://perl-troubleshoot.blogspot.com/2011/10/01-cinitialize-failed-at-cinitfinic152.html
Try: $ file /usr/sbin/sshd $ string /usr/sbin/sshd | egrep 'ersio|eleas' $ ls -l /usr/sbin/sshd to see if the answers match what you expect an AIX executable to look like. NSS continues to evolve, and periodically enhances it's functionality by using a more complete list of PKCS #11 functions. If so, is there a way to get the certificate from an external token into NSS's internal certificate database? This might mean that I did not have an erroneous DVD.
NSS is perfectly capable of using token certificates in place. andrew.bielecki replied Jan 13, 2011 Hi Jake, This is what you have to do. I have my doubts around the media. The private key is created using C_GenerateKeyPair or stored using C_CreateObject (depending on who generates the key).
Jaco Bezuidenhout replied Jan 4, 2011 Indeed, it was the DVD I wrote AIX 7.1 on. You must update all sessions correctly when the state changes. Help the community by fixing grammatical or spelling errors, summarizing or clarifying the solution, and adding supporting information or resources. Or maybe a corrupted binary file.
Read-only sessions, read/write sessions, serial, parallel? NSS typically holds one session read-only session per slot, in which some of the non-multipart functions are handled. I have a bunch of other ideas, but why this issue in the first place. No.
Does NSS ever use C_CopyObject to copy symmetric keys if it needs to reference the same key for different sessions? https://mta.openssl.org/pipermail/openssl-dev/2015-December/003723.html This case is interesting only for read/write tokens. But it should work the first time around. Downloading SP2 as well.
We are working to remove these cases as we find them. http://itivityglobal.com/failed-to/failed-to-open-dev-dvb-adapter0.html Once you've installed the module, the module's certificates simply appear in the list of certificates displayed in the Cerificate window. Jaco Bezuidenhout replied Jan 11, 2011 Installed another new LPAR with AIX 7.1 and guess what - same sshd problem. When I downgraded to the selinux-policy and > selinux-policy-targeted packages from  I was able to start named-pkcs11, so > that might be a workaround you can use for now.
Another suggestion was a sleep in the ssh startup script, apparently this also make sshd start ok. Your token should expect to implement all the PKCS #11 functions that make sense for your token. Got to kill the fires that started first. Check This Out Document Tags and Contributors Tags: NSS Security Contributors to this page: fscholz, Relyea, randix, NickolayBot, Andreas Wuest Last updated by: fscholz, May 7, 2014, 7:28:29 AM Learn the best of web
Reload to refresh your session. Somewhere along the way you will be prompted with a keygen dialog. The only issue is dealing with keys.
On servers, it's almost always the slot that contains the server's private key.
Perhaps a data file with the execute bits set or an executable from another architecture. Only if you identify your token as the default random number generator. Quick Tips for Unix and DB2 Users Wednesday, October 12, 2011 ((01)) [C_Initialize] failed at c_init_fini.c:152, rc = 2 (0x2), reason: [Failed to open /dev/pkcs11, reason : No such file or Try this option order: I see! >LOAD_CERT_CTRL=true VERBOSE=7 openssl pkeyutl -engine pkcs11 -sign >-keyform engine -inkey >"pkcs11:object=SIGN%20key;object-type=private;pin-value=123456" -out >config.status.sig -in config.status.hash Much better now - but at this time I hit
Suriyan Ramasami replied Mar 16, 2011 I hit the same issue, but got it working by doing the following: Somehow sshd is taking a different code path if you have the Jaco Bezuidenhout 076 395 2334 021 983 5298 Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... NSS never uses Parallel mode. this contact form Which function does NSS use to get login state information?
Ultimately, the patch that > fixes  might need to be backported to F23. Compare with the same operations on another network daemon, say ftpd. Is the PKCS #11 module supplied with NSS accessible through a shared library? Maybe for me to patch the installation with the update media and SP2.
Thanks for the tip.ReplyDeleteAdd commentLoad more... About MDN Terms Privacy Cookies Contribute to the code Other languages: English (US) (en-US) Français (fr) Go Skip to content Ignore Learn more Please note that GitHub no longer supports For the sake of completeness, it's also a good idea to expose public key objects. It's perfectly valid to reject the password change request with a return value such as CKR_FUNCTION_NOT_SUPPORTED.
QUESTIONS ABOUT KEYS AND TOKENS Is the PKCS #11 token treated in a read-only manner? Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Search This Blog Blog Archive ► 2012 (2) ► October (1) ► February (1) ▼ 2011 (3) ▼ October (1) ((01)) Blumenthal, Uri - 0553 - MITLL uri at ll.mit.edu Thu Dec 10 15:38:55 UTC 2015 Previous message: [openssl-dev] openssl pkeyutl unable to use keys on a PKCS11 token? The nice thing about the virtual media is that it installs a lot faster than with real media.
The certificate is then written to the token where that private key resides, and the certificate's CKA_ID is set to match the private key. All in it's stride I believe. Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... Hide Newsletter Sign-up © 2005-2017 Mozilla Developer Network and individual contributors.
Jaco Bezuidenhout 076 395 2334 021 983 5298 Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... NSS opens new read/write sessions for key generation, some password management, and storage of new certificates. Illegal instruction (illegal opcode) in .