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On Thu, 5 Jun 2003 17:33:51 -0400, "Keith D. Zimmerman" <keith at eagle-solutions.com> wrote: >So there would be no way other than user education to prevent the >clueless from spewing passwords across the untrusted network using >pserver, correct? If you delete the pserver protocol from the server then a pserver client will never be able to connect. Other than that, it's an inherent weakness of the pserver protocol. >"all of the above" - so even if strict checking is off, it'll still say >the certificate is invalid if it comes from cacert/verisign, but has >been revoked, or is invalid according to the cert authority, or the >CommonName does not match?=09 Yes (not 100% sure of the revoked question... the openssl book is unclear as to whether it checks the CRL by default. I'd expect it does, though). Tony