SSL fingerprint verification
mail at ojkastl.de
Tue Aug 30 21:36:44 BST 2011
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On 8/30/11 2:19 PM Sebastian Spaeth wrote:
> Would something like this be of interest? Feedback? Patch as
This may be a stupid question:
When opening a website using https://, the browser checks if the
certificate is valid. When using POP/IMAP/SMTP over SSL, the program
(Thunderbird, Seamonkey, ...) checks the certificate and throws an
error, when the certificate is wrong/no longer valid/...
Why does offlineimap need the user to configure a sslcacertfile or a
Maybe I'm mixing things up...
Programming is like sex: if you make a mistake, you have to support it
for the rest of your life.
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