Flemming Frandsen
November 24, 2016 08:16AM
Hi, I've been bitten by issue 857: https://trac.nginx.org/nginx/ticket/857

I terminate TLS in nginx, but I need access to the full client certificate
in the backend, so to that end I've been using $ssl_client_cert, but now
I've upgraded the application to a version that is RFC 7230 compliant and
that means blowing up when multi-line headers are seen.


As there's no reason to have newlines in a PEM file, my fix for #857 is to
remove all the newlines, as my PEM parser in the application already
ignores all newlines this works perfectly for me.

I think simply removing the newlines is a much better solution than url
encoding the newlines as less code (in my case none at all) is needed to
deal with no newlines than urldecoding.

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Flemming Frandsen - YAPH - http://osaa.dk - http://dren.dk/
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Fix for issue 857: RFC-7230 compliant forwarding of client certificates

Flemming Frandsen 745 November 24, 2016 08:16AM

Re: Fix for issue 857: RFC-7230 compliant forwarding of client certificates

Maxim Dounin 333 November 24, 2016 08:40AM

Re: Fix for issue 857: RFC-7230 compliant forwarding of client certificates

Flemming Frandsen 260 November 24, 2016 02:58PM

Re: Fix for issue 857: RFC-7230 compliant forwarding of client certificates

Maxim Dounin 283 November 25, 2016 07:00AM

Re: Fix for issue 857: RFC-7230 compliant forwarding of client certificates

Flemming Frandsen 266 November 25, 2016 09:08AM

Re: Fix for issue 857: RFC-7230 compliant forwarding of client certificates

Flemming Frandsen 298 November 28, 2016 04:22AM



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