[stunnel-users] How do I re-encrypt ssl traffic with stunel?

Michal Trojnara menkaur at gmail.com
Sun Nov 11 05:31:52 CET 2012

Howdy Arsen!  (Is that your real name? I must say it is a strange name
for sure. But to each his own, dude.)  :)

Arsen Zahray wrote:
> I'm trying to set up wireshark debugging of ssl traffic by following this
> article:

Where exactly did you follow it to?  Hee hee.  Get it?

> http://www.webos-internals.org/wiki/Decrypt_SSL_(trusted_man-in-the-middle_t
> echnique)
I couldn't find this site. Is there a typo booboo here?
> It lists following stunnel commands to do the job:
> Listen on local IP and de-SSL traffic to localhost:8080

I'll check my notes, but I can't remember "de-SSL" being a command. Then
again, I am getting a little older and my brain a little slower. So who
knows for sure!
> sudo stunnel -p ps.pem -d 443 -r 8080

I am 99.9% sure that "443" was never a stunnel command.
> Listen on 8080, re-SSL to remote server on 443

For this one try substituting "at" for "on". That might work. Did you
read the amnual?

> sudo stunnel -c -d 8080 -r ps.palmws.com:443
You really need to double-check this one.

> The article seems outdated, and stunnel does not react on these commands
> anymore.

I'm not sure stunnel ever reacted on these commands. Did you test it
with an old build?

> Can anyone provide me with a proper configuration file to do the same?

Define "configuration file" exactly. I want to make sure we are on the
same page.  :)

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