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Re: Securing Open LDAP & SSL
Unfortunately, (and correct me if I'm wrong...) stunnel uses openssl,
which uses rsa, and therefore unless you're non-commercial, or outside the
US, it's illegal to use w/o a license from the RSA people.
I have built openssl without RSA, but most anything that uses it wont work
without the RSA stuff...as far as I have seen.
Has anybody discovered any alternative solutions to this problem?
On Thu, 10 Feb 2000, Michael [iso-8859-1] Ströder wrote:
> OpenLDAP wrote:
> > I'm looking for tips on securing the LDAP software, implementing SSL to
> > the servers that will utilize it,
> You can e.g. use stunnel on both ends (client-/server-mode) for
> tunneling the LDAP traffic.
> Ciao, Michael.