ClientCertificate Property

HttpRequest.ClientCertificate Property

 

Gets the current request's client security certificate.

Namespace:   System.Web
Assembly:  System.Web (in System.Web.dll)

public HttpClientCertificate ClientCertificate {
	[AspNetHostingPermissionAttribute(SecurityAction.Demand, Level = AspNetHostingPermissionLevel.Low)]
	get;
}

Property Value

Type: System.Web.HttpClientCertificate

An HttpClientCertificate object containing information about the client's security certificate settings.

The following code example sends the client's certificate settings back to the client in an HTML page.

HttpClientCertificate cs = Request.ClientCertificate;

Response.Write("ClientCertificate Settings:<br>");
Response.Write("Certificate = " + cs.Certificate + "<br>");
Response.Write("Cookie = " + cs.Cookie + "<br>");
Response.Write("Flags = " + cs.Flags + "<br>");
Response.Write("IsPresent = " + cs.IsPresent + "<br>");
Response.Write("Issuer = " + cs.Issuer + "<br>");
Response.Write("IsValid = " + cs.IsValid + "<br>");
Response.Write("KeySize = " + cs.KeySize + "<br>");
Response.Write("SecretKeySize = " + cs.SecretKeySize + "<br>");
Response.Write("SerialNumber = " + cs.SerialNumber + "<br>");
Response.Write("ServerIssuer = " + cs.ServerIssuer + "<br>");
Response.Write("ServerSubject = " + cs.ServerSubject + "<br>");
Response.Write("Subject = " + cs.Subject + "<br>");
Response.Write("ValidFrom = " + cs.ValidFrom + "<br>");
Response.Write("ValidUntil = " + cs.ValidUntil + "<br>");
Response.Write("What's this = " + cs.ToString() + "<br>");

.NET Framework
Available since 1.1
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