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From Gaël PERRON <galo...@galoula.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] FIPS 140_2 compliant for mod_proxy?
Date Mon, 01 Mar 2010 20:35:28 GMT
I don't understand what do you talk about SSL, because, maybe I try to connect on 443, but
I don't have any echo.

If apache send data to php script, my script just repeat the data (echo). Here my PHP script
can get only the first request. This isn't php in cause, because the strace don't view any
data send to php-cgi when I wrote anything on the connection (but TCPDUMP can view the data
on port 80, it's normal, this is the port of proxy script through apache)

Le 1 mars 2010 à 21:16, Mike Trent a écrit :

> 
> We have apache httpd running in FIPS 140-2 mode for SSL and it runs
> correctly. FIPS is enabled and only FIPS compliant algorithms are used.
> However when running in proxy mode (mod_proxy) the SSL handshaking to the
> server indicates that apache mod_proxy is not running in FIPS mode. Is there
> a patch for mod_proxy to put this in FIPS mode?  (It seems that the standard
> patch for FIPS for apache does not enable FIPS for proxy).
> 
> Thanks.
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