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Re: LDAP handle structural integrity function

Thx for your replies!

2011/7/8 Andrew Findlay <andrew.findlay@skills-1st.co.uk>:
> On Fri, Jul 08, 2011 at 01:57:29PM +0200, Khaled Blah wrote:
>> I use OpenLDAP in an authentication project and I would like to
>> correctly deal with fauly networks. I mean networks that have packet
>> losses and such.
> You do not need to worry about that at the LDAP level, as TCP
> deals with it at the transport level.
>> That is why I would like to know whether there is a function in
>> OpenLDAP which allows to check (and maybe sanitize) possibly corrupted
>> sockets associated with the LDAP handle?
> If you are really concerned about corrupted data due to malicious causes
> then you should use TLS. The combination of TCP, stream encryption,
> and LDAP protocol checks should catch almost any corruption.
> Andrew
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