mod_s2s_auth_fingerprint

Introduction

This module allows you to manually pin certificate fingerprints of remote servers.

Details

Servers not listed in the configuration are not affected.

Configuration

After installing and enabling this module, you can put fingerprints of remote servers in your config like this:

s2s_auth_fingerprint_digest = "sha1" -- This is the default. Other options are "sha256" and "sha512"
s2s_trusted_fingerprints = {
    ["jabber.org"] = "11:C2:3D:87:3F:95:F8:13:F8:CA:81:33:71:36:A7:00:E0:01:95:ED";
    ["matthewwild.co.uk"] = {
        "FD:7F:B2:B9:4C:C4:CB:E2:E7:48:FB:0D:98:11:C7:D8:4D:2A:62:AA";
        "CF:F3:EC:43:A9:D5:D1:4D:D4:57:09:55:52:BC:5D:73:06:1A:A1:A0";
    };
}

-- If you don't want to fall back to dialback, you can list the domains s2s_secure_domains too
s2s_secure_domains = {
    "jabber.org";
}

Compatibility

trunk Works
0.9 Works
0.8 Doesn't work