[Operators] SSL trust in XMPP world

Luis González Fernández luisgf at luisgf.es
Thu Sep 3 10:40:24 UTC 2015

This are the things that "Let's encrypt" i hope that solve quickly.

El 03/09/15 a las 11:19, Peter Viskup escribió:
> Hi all,
> we know there still are issues with CA-signed and self-signed
> certificates. Self-signed certificate was the main reason for not
> accepting our server into the list of public XMPP server.
> From my perspective it would be great to implement XEP similar to
> Convergence [1]. That could solve at least some of the issues with
> certificates we have at the moment. On the end the CA-trust-lists
> would be removed from the clients and servers would be able to check
> the validity of certificates for s2s connections.
> Didn't dive deep into the problem, but seems promising to me.
> Anyone already thinking of or working on it?
> [1] http://www.convergence.io
> -- 
> Peter Viskup
> admin of jabber.sk <http://jabber.sk>


Luis González Fernández
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