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SSL client authentication

Hi everybody, I'm developing a distributed application in
Python and I intend to use SOAP over a SSL connection.
I looked at the SOAPpy package and it seems to have all I
need but client authentication; in other words I want my client
certificate be sent to the server during the SSL handshake.
SOPApy.SOPAServer has ssl_context to use the private key and
certificate of the server but the client side SOAPProxy doesn't
seem to take such context. I was wondering if this is due to
httplib.HTTPS (used by SOAPProxy) not performing any certificate
verification, according to the httplib.py sources.
Any hints?

Apr 17 '06 #1
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