An error that occurs during certificate validation or name validation.
The encoding of some ASN.1 DER-encoded item is invalid.
The encoding of an ASN.1 DER-encoded time is invalid.
A CA certificate is veing used as an end-entity certificate.
The certificate is expired; i.e. the time it is being validated for is later than the certificate's notAfter time.
The certificate is not valid for the name it is being validated for.
The certificate is not valid yet; i.e. the time it is being validated for is earlier than the certificate's notBefore time.
An end-entity certificate is being used as a CA certificate.
An X.509 extension is invalid.
The certificate validity period (notBefore, notAfter) is invalid; e.g. the notAfter time is earlier than the notBefore time.
The signature is invalid for the given public key.
The certificate violates one or more name constraints.
The certificate violates one or more path length constraints.
The algorithm in the TBSCertificate "signature" field of a certificate does not match the algorithm in the signature of the certificate.
The certificate is not valid for the Extended Key Usage for which it is being validated.
A valid issuer for the certificate could not be found.
The certificate is not a v3 X.509 certificate.
The certificate contains an unsupported critical extension.
The signature's algorithm does not match the algorithm of the public key it is being validated for. This may be because the public key algorithm's OID isn't recognized (e.g. DSA), or the public key algorithm's parameters don't match the supported parameters for that algorithm (e.g. ECC keys for unsupported curves), or the public key algorithm and the signature algorithm simply don't match (e.g. verifying an RSA signature with an ECC public key).
The signature algorithm for a signature is not in the set of supported signature algorithms given.
pub fn description(&self) -> &str1.0.0[src]
impl StructuralPartialEq for Error[src]
impl RefUnwindSafe for Error
impl UnwindSafe for Error
type Owned = T
The resulting type after obtaining ownership.
pub fn clone_into(&self, target: &mut T)[src]
type Error = Infallible
The type returned in the event of a conversion error.