[buug] letsencrypt

Wojciech Adam Koszek wkoszek at freebsd.czest.pl
Tue May 2 22:58:03 PDT 2017

Client is this thing. Client will receive a response requesting it to store a file with certain content in a public space. Python http server will serve this file to the bot which  will come from the LetsEncrypt server for verification.


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> On May 2, 2017, at 8:37 PM, Ian Zimmerman <itz at primate.net> wrote:
>> On 2017-05-02 13:50, Wojciech Adam Koszek wrote:
>> If not that, I've used Python -m SimpleHTTPServer 80 to accomplish the
>> same with the original client. So basically I start a simple Python
>> http server and kill it right after verification
> Well, apart from the fact that I use port 80 for other nefarious
> purposes :), I guess I would find this straightforward enough.  But do
> you really not need any content on the "server", like a cgi or something
> that will reply to whatever letsencrypt sends?  Sorry for my webby
> ignorance.
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