This is a discussion on [openssl.org #1401] Proxy module - Openssl ; Hi, I'm submitting this patch as suggested below. This patch adds the x509_proxy module to openssl which can create and printout proxy certificates. I don't know if the licensing in the patch adheres to OpenSSL requirements, If there are any ...
I'm submitting this patch as suggested below. This patch adds the x509_proxy
module to openssl which can create and printout proxy certificates.
I don't know if the licensing in the patch adheres to OpenSSL requirements,
If there are any problems please email me and I'll figure out how to modify
PS -- the command used to create this (from two cvs trees) was:
diff -u -N -r -x CVS -x certs clean proxy, so it can be applied to a clean
cvs tree with:
(from within the checked out dir) patch -p1 -u < patchfile.
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> [firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Kyle Hamilton
> Sent: Friday, September 29, 2006 1:40 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: Proxy module
> First off, you need to get rid of the "all rights reserved"
> copyright clause. Changing it so that it states you grant
> usage and distribution rights with OpenSSL under its license
> would be a good start. (Licensing, licensing, we all have to
> worry about it. )
> Next, create a diff -c (contextual diff) against the current
> CVS, including changes to the makefiles.
> Then, submit that diff as a patch against the current CVS to
> (At least this is how I presume things should be done. This
> module may need to go into the contrib/ directory, as it does
> affect validation and thus security.)
> -Kyle H
> On 9/29/06, Ivan R. Judson
> > Hi,
> > Awhile ago I mentioned wanting to get proxy support (RFC 3280, yes
> > it's expired, but in use) into openssl as simply as possible.
> > I've built the attached module, that does what I wanted. What's the
> > best way to try and get this integrated into the standard
> > Thanks,
> > --Ivan
> -Kyle H
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