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what does "insecure" in keystonemiddleware configuration mean? [closed]

asked 2014-12-03 02:56:17 -0600

darren-wang gravatar image

hey guys,

this is a small question yet I got confused.

there is one configuration option in keystonemiddleware named "insecure", the comment says:" Verify the Https connection." and its default value is "False"

so what exactly does "insecure" here mean, when we set it to false, we verify the connection or not?


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answered 2014-12-03 08:10:06 -0600

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The insecure option has the same meaning as we are using curl -k to access the web site start with https.

In curl when we specify -k option, this will allow connections to SSL sites without verify server cert which is inscure. In keystonemiddleware if we set the insecure= False, the keystone client will verify the cert used by https, this is the a secure way.

Hope that helps!


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so insecure = Flase correspond to verify, insecure = True corresponds to NOT verify, which is "insecure". got it, thx!

darren-wang gravatar imagedarren-wang ( 2014-12-04 03:01:00 -0600 )edit

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