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All you (n)ever wanted to know about using client certificates with XSP

It's an uncommon and misunderstood subject so I wrote an article about using SSL/TLS client certificate with XSP. A major part of it comes from the various blog entries I had on the subject in the last year - but, hopefully, they make a little more sense within a single page (and a few extra explainations).

Comments are welcome to make it even better/easier for Mono'ers.

Be safe!

11/9/2005 15:48:37 | Comments | Permalink


Gendarme, thanks to Duncan for such a cool name, has just hit SVN. Right now very few rules, are available (i.e. mostly rules that are useful to me) but they are very easy to write, thanks to Cecil, so I expect more of them will appear soon. It's worth mentioning that Gendarme isn't Mono specific - i.e. it can run on the MS runtime and analyze (almost) any .NET assembly (or it's a Cecil bug ;-).

I have no personal plan to add a GTK# GUI or, even better, a MonoDevelop plugin but the current design should make it easy to do so - and I'm sure that one, or both, would be appreciated by many people.

11/3/2005 13:39:47 | Comments | Permalink

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