[PYTHON-CRYPTO] Execute connect_ssl() twice to connect - is this right?
heikki at OSAFOUNDATION.ORG
Thu Mar 1 22:35:22 CET 2007
Latitia Haskins wrote:
> I'm not sure what you find strange about the code, but I want to be very
> specific in the context version and cipher combination that I use, so I
> initialize some things that I may not have to otherwise.
I'll reply to that in the next message.
> In my code, if you replace <server.home.com <http://server.home.com>>
> with localhost and setup a client before accepting any ssl connections,
> it should work (in other words, the client socket needs to be connected
> before even trying to accept any ssl connections from the client). Of
> course, all of this is what makes me think that I'm simply missing
Are you saying the client needs to be connected before the server can be
started? That would make no sense.
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