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Bug #350

ssl currently non working after latest python update

Added by buzz over 3 years ago. Updated about 3 years ago.

Status:
New
Priority:
Normal
Assignee:
Category:
Python Code and/or Scripts
Target version:
Start date:
11/25/2015
Due date:
% Done:

0%

Resolution:
fixed
Affected Version:

Description

Thought I had resolved this on my dev copy but needs looking into. Related to the lack of
windows api for certificate management etc - probably can disable that code.

Associated revisions

Revision 33011 (diff)
Added by buzz over 3 years ago

changed: disable certification verification in python for now as root cert bundle loading doesn't seem to work (via cafile). This is the same behaviour as in python 2.7.8. Fixes #350 (but will look into getting this working properly as it is not safe against a MITM attack)
updated: python27.zlib library zip

Revision 33012 (diff)
Added by buzz over 3 years ago

Merged revision(s) 32992-33011 from trunk:
fixed: tmdb cast url fix - thanks to dom #345
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merged: Python 2.7.8 -> 2.7.10 changes
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fixed: merge error with python, and reference to removed file gzio.c
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added: mingw/bin path for ssl building in case nasm is installed there.
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fixed: building openssl with Python 2.7.10
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updated: Python's openssl to 0.9.8zg and rebase our patchset
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updated: prebuilt python Dlls/libraries to 2.7.10
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fixed: python ssl lib - don't try to load certs (we are not win32)
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updated: openssl patch (removed some changes that should not have been included)
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updated: switch to latest sqlite for python 2.7.10
added: new patchset for sqlite
removed: old sqlite patchset
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changed: python sqlite3 defines
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updated: sqlite3/ssl python libs and python library zip
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merged: ffmpeg 1.2.8 -> 1.2.12 changes

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updated: ffmpeg dlls to 1.2.12
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fixed: parsing tmdb search results
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changed: disable certification verification in python for now as root cert bundle loading doesn't seem to work (via cafile). This is the same behaviour as in python 2.7.8. Fixes #350 (but will look into getting this working properly as it is not safe against a MITM attack)
updated: python27.zlib library zip
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History

#1

Updated by buzz over 3 years ago

worked around on dev in r33011 - but not ideal as the remote certificates are not checked - but it will do for now.

#2

Updated by buzz about 3 years ago

  • Resolution set to fixed

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