ssl_client_fingerprint and sha256
dcardon at tranquil.it
Mon Dec 2 09:55:09 UTC 2019
this is my first post on this mailing list, so bear with me :-)
Sorry if my question is silly, but I haven't found any way to use a
sha256 fingerprint for client certificate validation in Nginx. Sha1
fingerprints work fine but we are slowly going toward sha256 as hashing
function by default. The ngx_http_ssl_module documentation explicitly
specify only sha1 .
I have seen in the Trac that there is a issue open about that .
Perhaps there a good reason for not having it currently. I'll be glad to
hear from you all. We are using ssl client auth for WAPT project 
which automates Windows workstation software install and update.
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