||User Contributed Perl Documentation
Setup the HTTP UserAgent object with connection and SSL parameters.
This connector supports client authentication using certificates.
- Timeout for the connection in seconds, default is 10.
- URL of a proxy to use, must include protocol and port, e.g.
- Set this to a true value to use Net::SSL as backend library (otherwise
IO::Socket::SSL is used). Be aware the Net::SSL does not check the
hostname of the server certificate so Man-in-the-Middle-Attacks might be
possible. You should use this only with a really good reason or if you
need support for PKCS12 containers.
- Do not validate the hostname of the server certificate (only useful with
IO::Socket::SSL as Net::SSL does not check the hostname at all).
- Path to a PEM encoded certificate file.
- Path to a PEM encoded key file.
- Path to a PKCS12 container file. This is only supported by Net:SSL and can
not be used together with certificate_file/certificate_key_file.
- The plain password of your encrypted key or PKCS12 container. Note that
Net::SSL does not support password protected keys. You need to use a
PKCS12 container instead! Leave this empty if your key is not protected by
- Path to a directory with trusted certificates (with openssl hashed names).
Also used to validate the server certificate even if no client
authentication is used.
- Same as ca_certificate_path pointing to a single file.
- Boolean, turn of validation of ssl peer certificate (IO::Socket
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