Re: cURL / SSL problem
Date: Thu, 03 Jan 2002 19:17:46 +0100
Tom Reader wrote:
> >It might have have something to do with it, yes. I'm far from an expert on
> >this either.
> >You need to concatenate both your public key and the certificate into one
> >single file, and then use that with the -E option.
> Thanks again for your help - this isn't my machine, so I've asked the
> administrator nicely for a copy of the public key that the certificate was
> created from (on second thoughts, while I wait for that, I'll see if I can
> get openssl to spit it out from the certificate for me - if I understand
> correctly, my certificate *is* the public key, signed by my CA).
You need the certificate and the _private_ key to do the handshake.
Best is to create a new key, get a (client) cert for it
and use that with cURL...
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