Fedor Indutny
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Re: [openssl-dev] Is X509_V_FLAG_TRUSTED_FIRST safe to backport to 1.0.1 2 replies OpenSSL - Dev
[openssl-dev] Is X509_V_FLAG_TRUSTED_FIRST safe to backport to 1.0.1 5 replies OpenSSL - Dev
[openssl-dev] [PATCH] x509: skip certs if in alternative cert chain 0 replies OpenSSL - Dev
Re: CIPHER STRINGS 10 replies OpenSSL - Dev
Re: Error _armv7_tick openssl 0 replies OpenSSL - Dev
Re: Error _armv7_tick openssl 5 replies OpenSSL - Dev
Re: [openssl.org #3528] [PATCH] ssl: SSL_MODE_ASYNC_KEY_EX 0 replies OpenSSL - Dev
Re: [openssl.org #3528] [PATCH] ssl: SSL_MODE_ASYNC_KEY_EX 1 reply OpenSSL - Dev
Re: [openssl.org #3528] [PATCH] ssl: SSL_MODE_ASYNC_KEY_EX 2 replies OpenSSL - Dev
Re: [openssl.org #3528] [PATCH] ssl: SSL_MODE_ASYNC_KEY_EX 3 replies OpenSSL - Dev
Re: [openssl.org #3528] [PATCH] ssl: SSL_MODE_ASYNC_KEY_EX 4 replies OpenSSL - Dev
[PATCH] ssl: SSL_MODE_ASYNC_KEY_EX 23 replies OpenSSL - Dev
Re: Subject: [PATCH] ssl: introduce async sign/decrypt APIs This patch is introducing `async_key_ex_cb` member of both `SSL_CTX` and `SSL`, and `SSL_supply()`. If `async_key_ex_cb` is present: * Server will ignore dummy RSA key, assuming that it is matching the certificate. * Server will invoke this callback with either: * `SSL_KEY_EX_RSA` * `SSL_KEY_EX_RSA_SIGN` as a `type` argument, and some data for signature or decryption in `p`/`n` pair. At that time the sign/decryption may be performed on any thread, or even remotely, and the result should be supplied with `SSL_supply()`. Calling `SSL_supply()` will continue the handshake process without even touching the real private key. 0 replies OpenSSL - Dev
Re: Subject: [PATCH] ssl: introduce async sign/decrypt APIs This patch is introducing `async_key_ex_cb` member of both `SSL_CTX` and `SSL`, and `SSL_supply()`. If `async_key_ex_cb` is present: * Server will ignore dummy RSA key, assuming that it is matching the certificate. * Server will invoke this callback with either: * `SSL_KEY_EX_RSA` * `SSL_KEY_EX_RSA_SIGN` as a `type` argument, and some data for signature or decryption in `p`/`n` pair. At that time the sign/decryption may be performed on any thread, or even remotely, and the result should be supplied with `SSL_supply()`. Calling `SSL_supply()` will continue the handshake process without even touching the real private key. 1 reply OpenSSL - Dev
Re: Subject: [PATCH] ssl: introduce async sign/decrypt APIs This patch is introducing `async_key_ex_cb` member of both `SSL_CTX` and `SSL`, and `SSL_supply()`. If `async_key_ex_cb` is present: * Server will ignore dummy RSA key, assuming that it is matching the certificate. * Server will invoke this callback with either: * `SSL_KEY_EX_RSA` * `SSL_KEY_EX_RSA_SIGN` as a `type` argument, and some data for signature or decryption in `p`/`n` pair. At that time the sign/decryption may be performed on any thread, or even remotely, and the result should be supplied with `SSL_supply()`. Calling `SSL_supply()` will continue the handshake process without even touching the real private key. 2 replies OpenSSL - Dev
Re: Subject: [PATCH] ssl: introduce async sign/decrypt APIs This patch is introducing `async_key_ex_cb` member of both `SSL_CTX` and `SSL`, and `SSL_supply()`. If `async_key_ex_cb` is present: * Server will ignore dummy RSA key, assuming that it is matching the certificate. * Server will invoke this callback with either: * `SSL_KEY_EX_RSA` * `SSL_KEY_EX_RSA_SIGN` as a `type` argument, and some data for signature or decryption in `p`/`n` pair. At that time the sign/decryption may be performed on any thread, or even remotely, and the result should be supplied with `SSL_supply()`. Calling `SSL_supply()` will continue the handshake process without even touching the real private key. 3 replies OpenSSL - Dev
Subject: [PATCH] ssl: introduce async sign/decrypt APIs This patch is introducing `async_key_ex_cb` member of both `SSL_CTX` and `SSL`, and `SSL_supply()`. If `async_key_ex_cb` is present: * Server will ignore dummy RSA key, assuming that it is matching the certificate. * Server will invoke this callback with either: * `SSL_KEY_EX_RSA` * `SSL_KEY_EX_RSA_SIGN` as a `type` argument, and some data for signature or decryption in `p`/`n` pair. At that time the sign/decryption may be performed on any thread, or even remotely, and the result should be supplied with `SSL_supply()`. Calling `SSL_supply()` will continue the handshake process without even touching the real private key. 4 replies OpenSSL - Dev
Re: Forcing client to send Certificate record 0 replies OpenSSL - User
Re: Forcing client to send Certificate record 0 replies OpenSSL - Dev
Forcing client to send Certificate record 3 replies OpenSSL - Dev
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