[Twisted-Python] How to make a secure connection between two computers
coder_gus at lavabit.com
Tue Feb 12 07:28:05 EST 2008
You can find some client/server examples here:
And how to generate the certs here: http://blog.vrplumber.com/356
Noam Raphael wrote:
> I want to do a pretty simple thing (I think): I have two computers A
> and B. I want A to connect to B, where both A verifies that it
> connected to B and B verifies that it was connected from A. The
> connection should be encrypted.
> I assume it can be done by SSL and twisted. I tried quite a bit, but
> it's too confusing. Perhaps someone can give me a tip? (Some openssl
> commands to create the needed key/certificate files, and an echoserver
> and echoclient programs would be really great.)
> Thanks a lot,
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