Sounds interesting, I ve checked out M2Crypto 
(downloaded it and checked the files but no install),
it patches Medusa and ZServer in order to handle HTTPS,
so Zope itself becomes a SSL enabled server without needing
a proxy or gateway.

But modifications to Zope's core 
components such as Medusa seem risky to me as
long as Digital Creations don't integrate them into the
official release, because every update to a new Zope release
can become a horror trip when the SSL patches clash with 
the new Zope version.

Are there any plans by DC to do something in that matter?

Philipp Auersperg (zwork)

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On 29.08.2000 at 19:39 R. David Murray wrote:

>On Tue, 29 Aug 2000, Diego Rodrigo Neufert wrote:
>> Anyone know how to send a pgp cryped email in zope? (using <dtml-sendmail> or
>> anything else)
>> 
>> and
>> 
>> How to run a SSL server with ZServer?
>
>Search for M2Crypto on zope.org.  It does both.
>
>--RDM
>
>
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