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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 12355] - SSLVerifyClient directive in location make post to PHP script impossible
Date Tue, 30 Aug 2005 09:18:32 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From yefym.dmukh@gmail.com  2005-08-30 11:17 -------
(In reply to comment #34)
> "SSLVerifyClient optional" seems also safe.
> Is "SSLOptions +OptRenegotiate" really needed, or is it an optimisation ?
> Is it totally safe ? The doc states to use this carefully.


The workaround explained above is not safe at least for apache 2.0.52.
"
RE: [users@httpd] Bug or Feature : global SSLVerifyClient in <VirtualHost>
overrides the same in  <Location>?

Simple test scenario is :
1. access document root location - "SSLVerifyClient optional" ,  cancel
certificate choice window.
2. access location <Location "/auth"> with  "SSLVerifyClient require" - no
triggered SSL negotiation - access without certificate granted.

Correct should be the following behaviour, but there is no re-negotiation:
>SSLVerifyClient is documented as working in directory context, so it should
also work in <Location> context. The manual page for mod_ssl does 
>explicitly say that a SSL renegotiation is triggered if a request for the
location is received.
 

config sample:

<VirtualHost> 
SSLVerifyClient optional 

Alias /auth   /htdocs/access 
<Location "/access"> 
SSLVerifyClient require 
SSLOptions +ExportCertData +StdEnvVars +OptRenegotiate
SSLVerifyDepth 5 
Options None 
</Location> 

</VirtualHost> 

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