[Mono-dev] SslStream X509 certificate

lorenzo.delana lorenzo.delana at gmail.com
Wed Sep 2 21:59:16 UTC 2015

You are right, mine is a real certificate and more I executed the server app
on my local server with the correspondent FQDN for which the certificate
itself is released.

Really nice the article from Miguel's blog, thanks for pointing me to that.

I'm afraid that your mono fork not available but as you said may you found
your working copy of that and hopefully you can build up a serial patch
which I interested to look for.

I also tried to run the mentioned server/client example using DNXCore5.0 (
) using follow references
        "System.Net.Sockets": "4.1.0-beta-23217",        
        "System.Net.Primitives": "4.0.11-beta-23301",
        "System.Net.Security": "4.0.0-beta-23220",
        "System.Security.Cryptography.X509Certificates": "4.0.0-beta-23301",

but the results was exactly the same, in fact the net core relies on the
host framework that in Linux is mono, but at this point I think I'll look
for the next TLS implementation steps directly from the mono git updates.

Actually I'm figuring which IDE I can use to browse using intellisense the
source code of the mono ( may mono-develop? and if yes, which is the
solution file ? :)

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