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Re: SSL renegotiation

From: Martin v. L÷wis <martin_at_v.loewis.de>
Date: 2003-05-13 23:29:49 CEST

Joe Orton <joe@manyfish.co.uk> writes:

> If I understand the code correctly, this will not work properly with the
> current port of mod_ssl to Apache 2.0 - there is a big comment in
> ssl_engine_kernel.c talking about how renegotiations aren't supported
> for requests with bodies. (it talks about POST, but I don't see why it
> wouldn't apply to any request with a body, such as the PROPFIND being
> used here)

I see. So this is not a problem of the svn client not responding to
the renegotiation, but a problem with Apache not offering one. Thanks
for this investigation.

> You might like to try using:
> SSLVerifyClient optional
> I'd be interested to hear whether that works!

I will sure try. The downside is that all SSL traffic to that server
will cause a popup to appear asking users what certificate they want
to use, when they really don't need to authenticate for some of the
resources (or will use basic authentication).


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