when i try to encrypt a file with a x509 cert i get the message "missing issuer certificate"
i dont want to install an issuer certificate (or cant because some companies dont give you their issuer certificates) please add some option, so i can encrypt files without an issuer certificate
Steps to Reproduce:
1.encrypt file with x509 certificate while not having its issuer certificate
get message "missing issuer certificate"
messagebox which ask if i still want to encrypt, or something in the options where i can specify if i want to check for issuer certificates or not
For using X.509 certificate you have to import the whole certificate chain and mark root certificate trustable (e.g. with 'allow mark trusted' option).
But I'll check it with current Kleopatra (and Gpg4win) if you want encrypt only.
Created attachment 94255 [details]
it would really be great if that "full certificate path" requirement could be overridden.
The S/MIME standard does allow to encrypt also without the full chain being present
see also Bug 351881
see also bug 352033
see also Bug 352037
see also https://bugs.gnupg.org/gnupg/issue2091
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