[Twisted-Python] SSL client authentication example

Brian Granger bgranger at scu.edu
Sun Jan 8 14:45:00 EST 2006

On Jan 7, 2006, at 8:37 AM, dkarbott at comcast.net wrote:

> I modified the echoserv_ssl.py / echoclient_ssl.py examples to do  
> client authtentication while I was trying to learn about using SSL  
> with twisted.
> My code is in the attached .tgz.
> It uses self-signed certificates so it doesn't depend on (or  
> require) a CA.
> I hope that someone else might find it useful.  The  documentation  
> that I was able to google seems kind of sparse.

I agree on the documentation.  Thanks for posting this, I will  
definitely be needing this functionality and I will let you know if I  
find any bugs.


> I'm admittedly neither a crypto expert nor very experienced with  
> OpenSSL, so if you find bugs let me know.
> -- Darrell
> <twisted_client_auth.tgz>
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