OCSP Responder Running on Localhost using the Source Code..!

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OCSP Responder Running on Localhost using the Source Code..!

RajatRokade
Hi..
I want to create an OCSP responder running on my local machine to avoid the requirement of internet connection.I tired using the command line approach to set up a new CA,build database,run the responder on the localhost and finally query the OCSP responder. I was able to query the server and get the response back with the status the certificate.

I want to build the responder using C#. As a start i tried exploring the different OCSP options using command line approach. I am trying out the same with ManagedOpenSSl c# wrapper. In that wrapper no API's related to OCSP are present so i thought i will have to write the wrapper for OCSP on my own.

I am not able to understand how do i use the available openssl source code which is present in C language to implement the OCSP responder function.

Please help me with this as i am very new to openssl and OCSP concepts.
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Re: OCSP Responder Running on Localhost using the Source Code..!

Jakob Bohm-7
The code for the command "openssl xyz" is usually in the source
file apps/xyz.c .

So the example OCSP responder is probably in the file apps/ocsp.c .

On 04/04/2017 09:04, RajatRokade wrote:

> Hi..
> I want to create an OCSP responder running on my local machine to avoid the
> requirement of internet connection.I tired using the command line approach
> to set up a new CA,build database,run the responder on the localhost and
> finally query the OCSP responder. I was able to query the server and get the
> response back with the status the certificate.
>
> I want to build the responder using C#. As a start i tried exploring the
> different OCSP options using command line approach. I am trying out the same
> with ManagedOpenSSl c# wrapper. In that wrapper no API's related to OCSP are
> present so i thought i will have to write the wrapper for OCSP on my own.
>
> I am not able to understand how do i use the available openssl source code
> which is present in C language to implement the OCSP responder function.
>
> Please help me with this as i am very new to openssl and OCSP concepts.
>


Enjoy

Jakob
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