Windows Native SSL: Secure Communication
offers a fraction of the functionality of openssl
works only on Windows, but it has the advantage that it works before
OpenSSL libraries are installed.
| hostname : string?|
| port-no : (integer-in 1 65535)|
| ||client-protocol|| ||:|| |
|(or/c 'secure 'auto|
| 'sslv2-or-v3 'sslv2 'sslv3 'tls 'tls11 'tls12)|
| || || ||=|| ||'auto|
, but without support for client contexts.
If hostname verification is enabled via 'secure, the peer
server’s certificate is checked against hostname.
Changed in version 220.127.116.11 of package base: Added the #:hostname argument.
A boolean value that reports whether the Windows native SSL library was
successfully loaded. Calling win32-ssl-connect
value is #f
will raise an exception.