I undertsnad this, but in the previous message you wrote about SSLVerifyPeer = 0. Or does
this mean Peer = Server ?
I would rather create propper certificate than disable the server verification, still do
not how. I try to ask somewhere else.
On Mo, 2011-08-01 at 21:12 +0200, karlitos(a)seznam.cz wrote:
> So SSLVerifyHost = 0 is not the same as SSLVerifyPeer = 0 ? And what is with
SSLVerifyServer = 0 option ?
No, they are different. SSLVerifyHost disables less than
$ syncevolution SSLVerifyServer=? SSLVerifyHost=?
The client refuses to establish the connection unless
the server presents a valid certificate. Disabling this
option considerably reduces the security of SSL
(man-in-the-middle attacks become possible) and is not
The client refuses to establish the connection unless the
server's certificate matches its host name. In cases where
the certificate still seems to be valid it might make sense
to disable this option and allow such connections.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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