Edward Ned Harvey (mono)
edward.harvey.mono at clevertrove.com
Fri Oct 25 21:56:21 UTC 2013
Something on the internet says "you can look at X509CertificateBuilder from Mono.Security. Mono.Security is standalone from Mono, in that it doesn't need the rest of Mono to run and can be used in any compliant .Net environment (e.g. Microsoft's implementation)."
So I have a few questions -
First - Is Mono.Security considered in any way, flawed, incomplete, unmaintained, or otherwise not recommended or insecure?
Where would you get it? All I can find is the source in the mono github project. If you wanted to use Mono.Security on mac, windows, and linux, would you need to install complete mono runtime in order to have access to it?
If you don't want the whole runtime (for example, you just want Mono.Security on windows) do you have to download the mono source and then somehow build just the Mono.Security assembly?
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