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This is pretty esoteric, but I’ve personally been waiting for this for a long time. It seems that beginning with openssl 1.1, the s_client sub-menu has had support for a proxy setting. Until then it was basically impossible to examine the certificates your proxy was sending back to users.
- If it is a corporate proxy between you and Git then I guess it depends on the proxy config as to whether or not they support SSH keys. I would start by asking the team/group that manages the proxy because it will need to be configured to associate your public SSH key with your account.
- SSL port at the server is opened (without proxy). Of course, I'm using OpenSSL library. The SSL client trying to connect using 'BIOsetconnhostname(bio, serverhostport)'. Thus, I need to find appropriate functions in the OpenSSL library to setup proxy configuration for the client. Or find other solution.
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The syntax is something like:
where the proxy is a standard HTTP proxy.
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Why is it a great thing? If your proxy does SSL interception then it is interfering with with the site’s normal certificate. And worse, it can good. What if its own signing certificate has expired?? I’ve seen it happen, and it isn’t pretty…
To find the openssl version just run openssl version.
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My SLES12 SP4 servers have a version which is too old. My Cygwin install is OK, actually. My Redhat 7.7 has a version which is too old. I do have a SLES 15 server which has a good version. But even the version on my F5 devices is too old, surprisingly.
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References and related
the openssl project home page: https://www.openssl.org/