[erlang-questions] Stand alone TLS encryption module?

Oscar Hellström <>
Thu May 10 17:54:32 CEST 2007


Mike Toler wrote:
> I'm working with the Tsung tool right now (written in Erlang) to load
> test a Jabber project.  In the real world, all of the communications to
> and from the server would be encrypted using TLS, but that isn't
> supported by Tsung.
> 
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> 
> Is there a stand alone TLS module (or even one that could be hijacked
> from another project) that would be fairly simple to integrate into
> another application?
> 

The ssl module in the ssl application is used for this.
You only need to hack the way the Tsung plugin connects, and after that, 
the interface to the module is the same as to the gen_tcp.

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