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NE_SSL_TRUST_CERT(3)						neon API reference					      NE_SSL_TRUST_CERT(3)

NAME
ne_ssl_trust_cert, ne_ssl_trust_default_ca - functions to indicate that certificates are trusted SYNOPSIS
#include <ne_session.h> void ne_ssl_trust_cert(ne_session *session, const ne_ssl_certificate *cert); void ne_ssl_trust_default_ca(ne_session *session); DESCRIPTION
To indicate that a given certificate is trusted by the user, the certificate object can be passed to ne_ssl_trust_cert. The certificate object is duplicated internally and can subsequently be destroyed. The SSL library in use by neon may include a default set of CA certificates; calling the ne_ssl_trust_default_ca function will indicate that these CAs are trusted by the user. EXAMPLES
Load the CA certificate stored in /path/to/cacert.pem: ne_session *sess = ne_session_create(...); ne_ssl_certificate *cert = ne_ssl_cert_read("/path/to/cacert.pem"); if (cert) { ne_ssl_trust_cert(sess, cert); ne_ssl_cert_free(cert); } else { printf("Could not load CA cert: %s ", ne_get_error(sess)); } SEE ALSO
ne_ssl_cert_read, ne_ssl_cert_import, ne_ssl_cert_free AUTHOR
Joe Orton <neon@lists.manyfish.co.uk> Author. COPYRIGHT
neon 0.30.0 31 July 2013 NE_SSL_TRUST_CERT(3)

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NE_SSL_TRUST_CERT(3)						neon API reference					      NE_SSL_TRUST_CERT(3)

NAME
ne_ssl_trust_cert, ne_ssl_trust_default_ca - functions to indicate that certificates are trusted SYNOPSIS
#include <ne_session.h> void ne_ssl_trust_cert(ne_session *session, const ne_ssl_certificate *cert); void ne_ssl_trust_default_ca(ne_session *session); DESCRIPTION
To indicate that a given certificate is trusted by the user, the certificate object can be passed to ne_ssl_trust_cert. The certificate object is duplicated internally and can subsequently be destroyed. The SSL library in use by neon may include a default set of CA certificates; calling the ne_ssl_trust_default_ca function will indicate that these CAs are trusted by the user. EXAMPLES
Load the CA certificate stored in /path/to/cacert.pem: ne_session *sess = ne_session_create(...); ne_ssl_certificate *cert = ne_ssl_cert_read("/path/to/cacert.pem"); if (cert) { ne_ssl_trust_cert(sess, cert); ne_ssl_cert_free(cert); } else { printf("Could not load CA cert: %s ", ne_get_error(sess)); } SEE ALSO
ne_ssl_cert_read, ne_ssl_cert_import, ne_ssl_cert_free AUTHOR
Joe Orton <neon@lists.manyfish.co.uk> Author. COPYRIGHT
neon 0.28.4 25 February 2009 NE_SSL_TRUST_CERT(3)

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