[openssl-users] regarding ssl_server test

Matěj Cepl mcepl at cepl.eu
Thu May 26 20:18:14 UTC 2016

On 2016-05-26, 16:33 GMT, R-D intern wrote:
> I have implemented ssl for my internal server that listens 
> over a private ip. Can anyone suggest how can I test my 
> ssl_server? For eg. Qualys test shows the amount of ssl 
> implementation of a server listening over public ip  and even 
> checks for vulnerabilities in ssl implementation. How can such 
> a thing be tested for a server listening over private ip? 

Are we talking about unit testing or functional testing? For the 
former, just use whatever tools are appropriate for your 
language, and for the latter, ... I am trying to revive M2Crypto 
(Python bindings to OpenSSL), which has a lot of tests done via 
running the OpenSSL’s binary s_client against the server and 
checking the reaction of the server. That could work for you as 
well, couldn't it?


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