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Subject [Bug 59626] mod_ssl configuration directives ExportCertData and StdEnvVars, and other ssl environment variables can't be used with a fastcgi authenticator
Date Tue, 24 May 2016 13:26:22 GMT

--- Comment #1 from Guilherme Destefani <> ---
Created attachment 33874
Test program. See instructions inside the source.

Use this program to test if apache httpd works with an Fcgi Authenticator
that checks client certificates using the variable SSL_CLIENT_CERT
exported with the mod_ssl configuration directive "SSLOptions +ExportCertData"
Run it like this:
gcc -std=gnu99 -lfcgi fcgi_test.c -o fcgi_test&&./fcgi_test :9000
This is *not* an example of how to program properly.
It is an AUTHORIZER and a RESPONDER in the same program.
Authorization succeeds with 200 OK if the environment has SSL_CLIENT_CERT,
otherwise 500 INTERNAL SERVER ERROR. As RESPONDER, prints all environment.

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