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Re: Flexibility to use customized "verify_callback" while using OpenLdap with TLS (ITS#2767)
A couple of quick comments (without really look at your tls.c
patch... I'll leave most of that to others who are more familiar
with that code).
Setting of options should be done through the ldap_set_option(3) API.
Likely should support global and per-session callbacks. ldap_set_option(3)
supports both. Also, we shouldn't provide options for things which
can be managed through the TLS_CTX option. That is, -lldap should
avoid knowing too much about OpenSSL and/or TLS details.
Lastly, no file in the tarball include a notice See
<http://www.openldap.org/devel/contributing.html> for guidelines.
I suggest you provide a notice in a separate COPYRIGHT file.
At 08:14 AM 10/14/2003, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>Full_Name: Prashant Kumar.
>Version: 2.1.22 (20030709)
>Submission from: (NULL) (18.104.22.168)
>Right now, while using OpenLdap with TLS/SSL, there are no API's to specify user
>customized "verify_callback" and "verify_depth". Also, there are no API's to
>input the CA cert, client cert and client cert key onto the SSL context in the
>binary (DER) format (right now, OpenLdap reads all these info from PEM files
>whose path is specified in the "ldap.conf").
>This enhancement adds following API's to OpenLdap library which will allow the
>user to do all the above things:
>/*To set the verify callback*/
> int (*tls_verify_callback)(int, struct x509_store_ctx_s *));
>/*To set the verify depth*/
>ldap_set_tls_verify_depth (unsigned int verify_depth);
>/*To set the CA cert*/
>ldap_set_tls_cacert_bin (unsigned char *caCert,unsigned int len);
>/*To set the client cert*/
>ldap_set_tls_clientcert_bin (unsigned char *clientcert, unsigned int len);
>/*To set the client cert key*/
>ldap_set_tls_clientcert_key_bin (unsigned char *clientkey, unsigned int len);
>I have changed two files "include/ldap.h" and "libraries/libldap/tls.c" to
>accommodate these features and I have uploaded these changes as a tar ball (this
>tar ball has 2 patches, one for ldap.h and other one for tls.c) onto
>"ftp://ftp.openldap.org/incoming/". The tar ball name is