Python and SSL

Johny python at
Wed Oct 3 09:32:04 CEST 2007

On Oct 3, 7:51 am, "Martin v. Löwis" <mar... at> wrote:
> > a  certificate that is signed by OpenSSL's own CA( certification
> > authority), that is not recognized in the program's list of root CAs,
> > causes an exception to be raised.
> What is "the program"? What programming language is it written in?
> What library does it use to maintain a list of root CAs, and what
> code does it execute to find out that a certificate is not in this
> list?
> Are you sure this is related to Python at all?
Thank you for your reply.

It looks like this

MyPythonProgram --->Proxy---->Server
The  proxy is written in Java. I want to use that proxy to see what my
Python program sends to server.
The proxy uses its own certificate and this certificate must be
trusted, I think, otherwise I receive an error.

If I use
InternetBrowser --->Proxy---->Server

browser asks me if the Proxy's certificate is trusted.If I reply  YES,
than communication continues( I think browser adds this certificate
among trusted ones)

So, can you help, please?

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