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Re: authentication with certificates also from smartcards

From: Jens B. Jorgensen <jens.jorgensen_at_tallan.com>
Date: 2003-12-15 20:24:33 CET

solo turn wrote:

>is there any chance or any plans to integrate http://www.opensc.org/ into svn client?
I couldn't really speculate on that however...

I'm working on a patch to neon (the library subversion uses to talk to
apache) to use built-in Windows SSL/TLS. So, if your smart card is
supported as Cryptographic Support Provider then you should be able to
do client certificates that way. (Actually being able to use a hardware
crypto token to authenticate to the server was why I set out to do this
in the first place.) I actually have a working version that does the
SSL/TLS bit but I need to take care of the certificate handling stuff.

Jens B. Jorgensen
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Received on Mon Dec 15 20:27:56 2003

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