property TrustSelfSignedCertificate: boolean; default False;

 

Description

Determines whether a self-signed certificate will be trusted to authenticate the client during the TLS/SSL handshake when starting a new session.

Set TrustSelfSignedCertificate to True to make the server trust the self-signed certificate received from the client.

Set TrustSelfSignedCertificate to False to forbid the use of a self-signed certificate. If the TLS client sends a self-signed certificate, the client is considered invalid, and the session is closed.

The default value is False.

 

See Also

IgnoreClientCertificateConstraints

IgnoreClientCertificateInsecurity

IgnoreClientCertificateValidity

IsClientCertificateRequired

TrustStorageCertificates

 

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