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Old 05-14-2012, 05:24 AM   #1
goral09
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Fedora 16 Apache SSL Certificates: authorization based on name of client or email address


Ok guys, I have another problem.

Now when certificates are working I want to extract information from client certificate and make authorization based on, for example, name of client or email address.

Here we can find that $_SERVER['SSL_CLIENT_CERT'] should return some weird stuff about certificate, ok I have this encoded part. When I am trying to do openssl_x509_parse(...) it prints nothing, but when I assign it to some variable and then print the variable I've got Array output.

Where am I doing this wrong?
 
  


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