[stunnel-users] Verify=2 and Verification Depth...
matt at nextdoor.com
Fri Apr 11 18:21:52 CEST 2014
It was my understanding that when you have an Stunnel Server configured
with 'verify=2', that the client that connects must have a certificate
signed by the same CA/SubCA combination that the server does. So for
- My_Root_Ca (private CA)
With the above structure in place (and the stunnel server using
Stunnel_Sub_Ca/Server.pem) if someone tried to connect in with the
Stunnel_Sub_Ca/Client.pem cert, it would work... but if they tried to
connect in with Postgres_Sub_Ca/Server.pem, it wouldn't.
Unfortunately we're not seeing that behavior... we're seeing a behavior
where *every* cert signed by the overall Root CA is validated. We're able
to connect in using Some_Random_Cert.pem, Postgres_Sub_Ca/Server.pem and
This feels wrong ... what am I missing?
(We're using Stunnel 4.55 btw)
Sr. Systems Architect
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