Thanks for the feedback.

Kindest regards,

JLP



chickenandporn wrote:
>
> Stunnel.
>
> It armours a basic connection into SSL, but you'd still need to run
> "expect"
> or "nc".
>
> Allan
>
>
> On Sat, Jul 5, 2008 at 23:04, Lucito07 wrote:
>
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I would like to know if any one knows of a simple command line client
>> that
>> can connect to a secure server using ssl, send a string of text, wait for
>> a
>> response and returns with that response. I know that with OpenSSL you can
>> connect to the server using 'openssl s_client -connect
>> remote.host:remote.port', but I would need to send the data and return
>> with
>> the response from a single command. Is that possible with OpenSSL
>> directly,
>> or is there a simple client that can do that?
>>
>> Kindest regargs,
>>
>> JLP
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