Tue Jun 4 12:00:32 MDT 2013
then you have the responsibility to offer a CRL. It should be checked
automatically when you present the cert.
* On 2002-03-01 05:37 Rob Riggs <rob at pangalactic.org> wrote:
> Sure. Since it's the web server that doing the authentication -- Apache
> supports CRLs.
> Now, I have no idea how to do CRLs with the Python SSL code yet, but we
> aren't talking about authenticating in that direction here.
> Evelyn Mitchell wrote:
> >Nice module Rob, but I was wondering whether this checks CSRs
> >(Certificate Revocation Lists).
> >* On 2002-03-01 05:10 Rob Riggs <rob at pangalactic.org> wrote:
> >>Just thought I'd point the folks on this list to a new Python Cookbook
> >>entry I submitted on doing SSL client authentication with Apache. I
> >>decided to do a Python version while we were trying to get this going at
> >>work using Java.
> >>You can find the recipe here:
> >>It's all of 12 lines of code.
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