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lingwitt@bellsouth.net wrote:
> Indeed, the trouble was with Safari and Keychain. Apparently, having
> more than one certificate confuses Safari. I am not sure what to do now,
> except get a different browser. Any advice would be appreciated.
>
> On Jun 28, 2005, at 11:01 AM, lingwitt@bellsouth.net
> wrote:
>
>> This can't be the problem, as I specify the CA using
>> SSLCACertificatePath using the proper HASH names. I've also tried
>> SSLCACertificateFile.
>>
>> using s_client with SSLVerifyClient optional, it shows that the server
>> is correctly identifying which CAs are allowed.
>>
>> I think the problem is with Safari and Keychain. I shall look further
>> into the matter.
>>

Please answer BELOW THE QUOTE! Thank you.

Perhaps you could file a bug against Safari (or have a look in their
bug-database (if existent)).

Paul
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