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From bugzi...@apache.org
Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 44858] Systematic SSL session renegociation, client cert, Firefox >= 2.0.13
Date Mon, 22 Jun 2009 08:24:16 GMT
https://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=44858





--- Comment #9 from juan-manuel.perez@tecsidel.es  2009-06-22 01:24:13 PST ---
Thank you very much.

This patch solves, indeed, the problem we reported. We have only these
comments:
- It worked properly only after adding the +OptRenegotiate option. Thus, we
  finally have this configuration (only relevant piece shown):
        SSLVerifyClient none
        <Location "/test">
          SSLVerifyClient require
          SSLVerifyDepth  10
          SSLOptions +OptRenegotiate
        </Location>
- There is only a little 'misbehaviour' we have found. If, after starting
apache, and firefox 3 (with clean cache), we first access 'https://localhost'
(which doesn't require client cert), and then we access 'https://test/', we are
prompted for the client certificate twice (this is the 'misbehaviour'). From
then onwards, we are not prompted any more (perfect!) Also, if we first access
'https://test/', we are prompted only once (perfect!).

I have only one more question. When is planned this patch to be included in an
official Apache release?

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