digitalmars.D.learn - OpenSSL?
Fredrik Olsson <peylow gmail.com> writes:
Is there a wrapper for OpenSSL available? If not would a SslSocket class be the best solution you think? Or perhaps a SllStream? Now I am no expert in SLL, only done one server/client app using it so far, and mostly by trial and error :). I still think a SslSocket might be the best way since as I can tell OpenSSL is mostly a wrapper over a socket, with most of the functionality the same. And then using the SocketStream would be natural (And for most parts code compatible), and make it easy to turn the use of SSL on and off. But no need to think more about it right now if someone has already done it :). Regards Fredrik Olsson
Aug 05 2005
Marcio <mqmnews123 sglebs.com> writes:
Fredrik Olsson wrote:Is there a wrapper for OpenSSL available?Related: cryptlib http://www.cs.auckland.ac.nz/~pgut001/cryptlib/index.html is a powerful security toolkit that allows even inexperienced crypto programmers to easily add encryption and authentication services to their software. The high-level interface provides anyone with the ability to add strong security capabilities to an application in as little as half an hour, without needing to know any of the low-level details that make the encryption or authentication work. Because of this, cryptlib dramatically reduces the cost involved in adding security to new or existing applications. marcio
Aug 31 2005