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Subject [GitHub] jai1 commented on a change in pull request #3577: Add LetsEncrypt as default trusted CA for C++ client
Date Wed, 13 Feb 2019 20:11:30 GMT
jai1 commented on a change in pull request #3577: Add LetsEncrypt as default trusted CA for
C++ client
URL: https://github.com/apache/pulsar/pull/3577#discussion_r256569801

 File path: pulsar-client-cpp/lib/DefaultCAs.cc
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+#include "DefaultCAs.h"
+#include <array>
+#include <iostream>
+#include <fstream>
+#include <cstdio>
+#include <boost/asio/buffer.hpp>
+namespace pulsar {
+const static std::array<std::string, 1> CAcerts = {{
+    // LetsEncrypt root certificate
+    // from https://letsencrypt.org/certs/lets-encrypt-x3-cross-signed.pem.txt
+    // Subject: CN=Let's Encrypt Authority X3, O=Let's Encrypt, C=US
+    //  Validity: [From: Thu Mar 17 09:40:46 PDT 2016,
+    //               To: Wed Mar 17 09:40:46 PDT 2021]
+    R"(
 Review comment:
   > This is a public certificate
   Public certs get expired or can be revoked, then it will become our headache to update
it on every release or every year. If for any reason we screw up and end up pulling a compromised/hacked
root cert instead - that will be really bad so we need to add a few additional steps to revalidate
this root cert.
   > When you install chrome/firefox you don't have to perform any operation, because the
ca certs come packaged in.
   What I was suggesting is to add it as a part of rpm but not as a part of the .so
   If for reason you still decide to add the root certs can you make it configurable cause
I am not sure if certain companies will want to add a new root cert.

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