Chris,

On 9/11/06, snacktime <snacktime / gmail.com> wrote:
> X509 is the structure used for certificates that contains the
> identifying information about the certificate along with the public
> key.  There is no such thing as a public key in X509 format.
> Sometimes people refer to certificates as public key certificates,
> because the certificate always has a public key component.
I guess I used the wrong terminology I meant the key in X509
SubjectPublicKeyInfo, or to be more precise the one that has

-----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY-----

at the top.
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Paul Haddad (paul.haddad / gmail.com paul / pth.com)