Command-line tools for building SSL client-server applications
sslserver and sslclient are command-line tools for building SSL client-server applications. They conform to the UNIX Client-Server Program Interface, UCSPI. sslserver listens for connections, and runs a program for each connection it accepts. The program environment includes variables that hold the local and remote host names, IP addresses, and port numbers. sslserver offers a concurrency limit on acceptance of new connections, and selective handling of connections based on client identity. sslclient requests a connection to a TCP socket, and runs a program. The program environment includes the same variables as for sslserver.
|fix_includes_prototypes.patch||00000016081.57 KB||1296354017about 7 years ago|
|ucspi-ssl-0.70.limits.patch||00000080107.82 KB||1296354019about 7 years ago|
|ucspi-ssl-0.70.tar.bz2||000006639764.8 KB||1296354023about 7 years ago|
|ucspi-ssl-no-return.patch||0000000298298 Bytes||1268347825about 8 years ago|
|ucspi-ssl.changes||0000000503503 Bytes||1296354024about 7 years ago|
|ucspi-ssl.spec||00000027482.68 KB||1314897446over 6 years ago|