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Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache 2.2 asks for client certificate when it shouldn't
Date Tue, 30 Dec 2008 16:53:42 GMT
On 12/30/08, Miguel Angel Tormo Alfaro <> wrote:

> I thought it could be a browser issue, however the same config in apache 2.0
> doesn't behave this way. On the other hand I'm able to reproduce the problem
> with firefox 2, 3, seamonkey 1.1.7 and konqueror. I don't see anything
> related to this in the apache logs. I've done many tests and now I have no
> clue about why it keeps asking for a certificate. It should be noted though
> that apache asks for the certificate only once, if I don't restart the
> browser or delete cookies.
> Are there other configuration directives in mod_ssl besides SSLVerifyClient
> that may influence this behaviour?

Which other SSL directives do you have in your config? Can you show it to us?


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