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I was experimenting with the Bouncy Castle Java release 1.46 and found the certificate generation was affected the most by deprecated classes and methods. I'm currently using the BC bcprov-jdk16-142.jar with the Eclipse IDE. The X509V3CertificateGenerator has been replaced with X509V3CertificateBuilder and placed in a different package org.bouncycastle.cert which is located in a separate jar, bcmail-jdk16-146.jar. Have you updated the examples in your book to assimilate the changes such as Chapter 6? If so, is it possible to get a copy?
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I haven't updated the examples yet, although it is something I am looking to do.

In the meanwhile the best place to look for examples of usage is in org.bouncycastle.cert.test.CertTest.

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Thanks for the info. I found the sample in the "Test" section of the Crypto-146.zip file.

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