Post command help

Thierry Douez th.douez at
Mon Jun 24 12:22:56 EDT 2013

Thanks Mark.

In the meantime, I found this one for more security:



2013/6/24 Mark Wilcox <m_p_wilcox at>

> >> Another suggestion would be setting the property
> libUrlSetSSLVerification
> >> to false
> >> as this may also resolve the issue..
> > Another question: does setting libUrlSetSSLVerification to false mean
> security is turned off completely, or only that the certificate isn't
> checked?
> Not doing SSL Certificate Verification means that the certificate isn't
> checked, the content is still sent encrypted.  Whether this matters depends
> on the setup - if you control both the client and server ends then it's not
> such a big deal, although technically it does leave you vulnerable to
> man-in-the-middle attacks.  You still have the option of bundling a
> collection of root certificates with your app (and you can find up to date
> collections online freely) but that will mean the certificates will not be
> updated unless your app is, so overtime they will go out of date.  If
> you're only connecting to your own server that's not much of a problem
> either - you need to give everyone an update of the app when a certificate
> in your one certificate chain expires but that's all.  Keeping a general
> set of certificates for the open web up to date is another matter entirely.
> Mark

Thierry Douez -
Maker of sunnYperl - sunnYmidi - sunnYmage

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