|Applies To||RSA BSAFE Cert-J 2.0.1|
|Issue||Corrupt X500Name.toString() output for some types of UTF8 encoded data in RSA BSAFE Cert-J|
Certain fields in an X509 certificate, such as Subject, may be encoded as UTF8. When processing such a field using Cert-J, the toString() method of the X500Name, RDN, and AttributeValueAssertion classes will return incorrect output for some values in the Latin-1 character set.
|Cause||The getDEREncoding method of the AttributeValueAssertion class incorrectly handles the UTF8 encoding of certain Latin-1 characters, such as the Euro symbol and some Swedish characters.|
|Resolution||A new AttributeValueAssertion.class file that fixes this is available from RSA Customer Support, and it will be included in the next major release.|
|Legacy Article ID||a7081|