I will find out about the "phpinfo()".  I have looked at the options in cURL
and I haven't seen one that would enable it to get the certificate from the
credit bureau.  I will keep checking.  Um, I have used cURL with the credit
bureau #2 and they send the encryption packages over and all I had to do is
to put it on the PHP webserver and have cURL use it.  This make it possible
to authenticate to the credit bureau #2.  Alright, I'm going to give it a
call to the credit bureau #1 to request an encryption packages.  Hopefully,
they won't say, "what????". :-)


"Richard Lynch" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> >I have a challenging part to this project.  Let's say the PHP webserver
> >establish a connection to a different website and received the ssl
> >connection from there.  How do I get the certificate information from
> >website and display it?  I can use print_r($GLOBALS) but it only display
> >certificate from this PHP webserver.  So, how do I get the certificate
> >information from that website??
> I don't really know the answer, but...
> Check the output of <?php phpinfo();?> to see if there are any leads.
> Maybe cURL has a way to request the certificate information.
> You can't get like their whole certificate, though, right?  I mean,
> definitely a part of that which is "private" like the "private" half of a
> PGP key, right?...  It may not be possible to access what you think you
> to access.
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