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Description of problem:
I have created private CA (using openssl CA shellscript) with the
default directory structure.
cacert.pem is the root certificate for that CA
in the CA home directory the CSR has been generated:
$ openssl req -new -keyout imap.csr -out imap.csr -days 365
then this request is signed by this CA
$ openssl ca -policy policy_anything -out imap.pem -infiles imap.csr
having imap.csr (that kontains private key) and imap.pem certificate
I have created imapd.pem and ipop3d.pem files in
the /usr/share/ssl/crets directories (original selfsigned
certificates are replaced)
The result is:
- pop3s tcp connection is established from the client
- SSL HELLO command is send
- pop3s daemon reports attempt of the conenction
and then is a silence ... ipop3d proces hangsup its service!
POP3S client terminates the session with timeout condition.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
see in description
Actual Results: pop3 and imap ssl session hangs up
Expected Results: pop3s session working stable
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