[openssl-users] Using SSL with wokring sockets and events

Devchandra L Meetei dlmeetei at gmail.com
Wed Jun 29 12:18:17 UTC 2016

If you are intending to use asynchronous event based NIO library libuv,
you might like to use BIO pair.

I have done some abstraction <https://github.com/deleisha/evt-tls> on top
of openSSL so that it becomes easy for callback based async lib.

May be you can have a look at it

On Wed, Jun 29, 2016 at 2:16 PM, Oz <ozkron at gmail.com> wrote:

> I have a running program, the program is written in C
> I want to convert it from connecting to an HTTP to HTTPS (SSL)
> I have an event for write/read/timeout/error and such
> How do I continue and use the current sockets FD I have, but using openSSL
> over it? the most easy and simple way?
> I have created a CTX object, and an SSL object over it (SSL_new(..))
> I thought about using BIO_new_socket, but having problems with the
> connection/ hand shake and reading/writing data (I am the client code only)
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