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From Moran Jacuel <>
Subject RE: Changes in mod_ssl
Date Tue, 15 Nov 2011 13:54:37 GMT
Hello Rainer, 

I found out that the patch that I used in order to connect apache server with SSL using our
HSM to hold the Private RSA and Certificate already exists in bugzilla at:

We found out that this patch works well. We would like to insert it in to the open source

What is the status of this patch and what can I do in order to insert the patch to open source


Moran Jacuel | Software Engineer | ARX
phone: +972.3.9279512  | email: | 

-----Original Message-----
From: Rainer Jung [] 
Sent: Monday, November 14, 2011 4:56 PM
Cc: Moran Jacuel; Moshe Harel
Subject: Re: Changes in mod_ssl


On 14.11.2011 05:59, Moran Jacuel wrote:
> Hello,
> Our company is an HSM manufacturer (See link for
> PrivateServer product)
> We wanted to connect apache server with SSL using our HSM to hold the
> Private RSA and Certificate.
> We downloaded apache httpd-2.2.20 and modified the module mod_ssl that
> came with the package in a generic way to work with OpenSSL PKCS#11 engine.
> Now we want to add the small code changes we made to the open source code.
> It is not clear to us if the mod_ssl is part of the Apache project or not.
> If so, can you please explain us who we need to contact and what is the
> procedure we need to follow.

Yes, mod_ssl for the Apache web server 2.x is part of the Apache web 
server project.

Some notes about contributing patches are available at:

For a substantial contribution we would need a signed Contributor 
License Agreement (CLA), see

In order to document the availability of a patch and track its use, I 
suggest you open a bugzilla issue and attach the patch there:

For a bigger patch you can also discuss the patch on this list before or 
after opening the bugzilla issue.



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