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Re: RFC: TLS support in svn protocol

From: Mukund <mukund_at_tessna.com>
Date: 2004-07-11 14:38:50 CEST

On Sun, Jul 11, 2004 at 08:11:23AM -0400, David Waite wrote:
> There already an extension to TLS defined to allow supplying a server
> name during the initial client 'hello' to the server, which allows the
> server to choose the certificate with which to reply. I do not think
> openssl supports this yet, however gnutls does.

        Wow. Thanks for sharing this info. There is such an extension
(3.1 of RFC3546). This means shared-IP virtual hosting with the current
HTTPS protocol could happen.. although it'd need to be implemented in
OpenSSL I suppose, as the most common web-server (Apache httpd) uses it
and even other popular browsers such as Mozilla, Konqeror, Safari and
Firefox use it.


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