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You can download SSLeay from ftp://ftp.psy.uq.oz.au/pub/Crypto/SSL/
The following variables control how the external program is invoked.
(setq ssl-program-name "s_client")
The special symbols 'host and 'port may be used in the list of arguments and will be replaced with the hostname and service/port that will be connected to.
(setq ssl-program-arguments '("-host" host "-port" service "-verify" "4" "-CApath /usr/local/ssl/certs"))
ssl-certificate-directory is the directory in which CA
certificates are stored. It is
w3-configuration-directory/cert by default.
ssl-rehash-program-name is the program that is run after adding a
certificate to the
ssl-certificate-directory directory. It is
run with the directory name as an argument and defaults to
ssl-view-certificate-program-name names the program that can
produce a human-readable view of a certificate. It is
default and is called with the arguments listed in
ssl-view-certificate-program-arguments which is
"-inform" "DER") by default.
ssl-certificate-directory-style specifies the type of certificate
database to use. It's default (and at the moment, only possible value)
ssleay which specifies a directory or pem encoded certificates
with hash symlinks.
You can decide how high up the chain of certificates should
be verified by setting
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