from cherrypy import cpg import sslcherry ... cpg.root = Root() sslcherry.start(configFile='foo.conf')
Your config file should contain something like this:
Where "foo.pem" is a file containing your private key and certificate, in the same format that apache uses.
To quote from the M2Crypto README file:
M2Crypto's handling of active hostile input is probably suspect.
Please consider the implications of this for your site. If you fell uncomfortable about it, consider running BehindApache instead. Even though I wrote this module, I am considering not using it in production.
- sslcherry.3.py (2.7 kB) -
v3: Fix SSL error handling so that it doesn't terminate/lock-up the server, added by Tim Evans <firstname.lastname@example.org> on 03/17/07 20:22:42.