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Issue 1589: New SSL module doesn’t seem to verify …

(I now assume that notBefore is handled by the SSL module and shouldn’t be checked here.) def _verifycert(cert, hostname): ”’Verify that cert (in socket.getpeercert() format) matches hostname and is …

MySQL :: Re: Client cert required by Connector/J when …

 · cert required by Connector/J when server does not verify it? Posted by: J. Lewis Muir Date: June 02, 2017 02:03PM Hello If Connector/J does not do hostname verification, then the SSL connection is not secure in my book. > You can find (https
Hostname Verification · SSL Config
Hostname Verification Hostname verification is a little known part of HTTPS that involves a server identity check to ensure that the client is talking to the correct server and has not been redirected by a man in the middle attack. The check involves looking at the

MySQL :: Re: Client cert required by Connector/J when …

 · If Connector/J does not do hostname verification, then the SSL connection is not secure in my book. Unfortunately the default SSL implementation in Java doesn’t support hostname verification, as such Connector/J is not doing it either.
Hostname validation
Versions prior to 1.0.2 did not perform hostname validation. Version 1.0.2 and up contain support for hostname validation, but they still require the user to call a few functions to set it up
tls
Attacker does not have access to the shared secret. But the app opens a new connection for each GET request and after receiving the response connection is closed. This way when I change the cert the first GET request fails. Thanks! – mk_ Jul 4 ’19 at 20:15
HostnameVerifier
Please note that the check methods throw exceptions when the hostname does not match the certificate whereas verify returns a boolean value. The interface is provided with 5 implementations: HostnameVerifier.DEFAULT (works the same way as Curl and

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 · Hostname: EdgeServer.Network.Internal Member of local WorkGroup Comodo purchased SSL Cert applied for mail.domain.com **Problem** The mail flow works fine. The issue is logging into Outlook 2016, I get a certificate warning for MailServer.Network

Bug 658 – unbound using TLS in a forwarding …

(In reply to Wouter Wijngaards from comment #1) > Yes the ssl-upstream feature wraps traffic in tls, but does not verify > certificates.It’s documented. Hm, the documentation of this gap wasn’t clear to me. I did not see any mention of lack of verification in unbound
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 · HostName: (broadcasthost) does not match Certificate: (test.someservice.com) (9318) The SSL debug log file (cert.client.log) show the following: ID-0x01a38040 CTX-0x01a3b1f0 BIO-0x01a3d1a0 ERROR — CONNECT HostName: (broadcasthost) does not

Feature #12558: Ruby does not support alternative …

def post_connection_check(hostname) unless OpenSSL::SSL.verify_certificate_identity(peer_cert, hostname) raise SSLError, “hostname \”#{hostname}\” does not match the server certificate” end return true end it calls verify_certificate_identity(peer

TUTORIAL: How to install SSL certificate to Vesta, Exim …

 · I’m not talking about the variable but actually the system’s hostname (either in CP or by vesta command). Once that’s done vesta is confused as hell. After several manual commands v-add-ssl-mail and -vesta (don’t remember their names, it’s an awful naming system), vestacp finally applied the updated hostname’s ssl to mail, but for the CP itself, it insists on keeping the old ssl.

Issue 31997: SSL lib does not handle trailing dot (period) …

Sorry I wasn’t able to get back to you sooner. If having a trailing dot in the cert is an RFC violation, then case 2 can be left alone. As for case 3, we can be more explicit: if hostname ends in a dot AND cert does not end in a dot, strip dot from hostname. This