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aschiffmann commented Apr 21, 2021


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Issue Description

When using the RateLimiter Middleware with a rate between 0 and 1 all events will be rejected instead of applying the specified rate. E.g.: e.Use(middleware.RateLimiter(middleware.NewRateLimiterMemoryStore(0.5)))

I am not saying that it is a common use case to have

DabeDotCom commented Jul 20, 2021

I know this is going to sound trivial... but hopefully it's *SO* trivial that it's easy to implement! «grin»

I was using openssl s_client to debug an issue that turned out to be the result of having multiple DNS (round-robin) 'A' records defined...

It would have helped tremendously if s_client had logged the IP address to which it actually connected at the top. (And running {dig/

baldwinmatt commented Jun 26, 2020


A common pattern is:

GUARD(s2n_stuffer_skip_write(stuffer, bytes_to_write));
uint8_t* ptr = suffer-> + stuffer->write_cursor - bytes_to_write;

which could be simplified.


*ptr could be an *out parameter to s2n_stuffer_skip_write

  • Does this change what S2N sends over the wire? No.
  • Does this change any public APIs? No.
mhlyak commented Jul 29, 2021

When closing the browser after a successful user sign in, the session is still alive for the time the oauth2-proxy cookie has not expired and tokens in session are still valid.

Expected Behavior

There could be an additional "browser session enabled" configuration. When the browser is closed (or when the browser defines the "current session" ends), the oauth2-proxy user session should also

gilles-peskine-arm commented Jul 26, 2021

The definition and the comment about PSA_KEY_EXPORT_ECC_PUBLIC_KEY_MAX_SIZE in include/psa/crypto_sizes.h apply to Weierstrass curves only: 0x04, x, y. This happens to work for Montgomery and Edwards curves as well (because those only use one coordinates, which takes less room), so it's no big deal, but the documentation there is misleading and the definition is suboptimal.

The goal of this

An FTP and FTPS client for .NET & .NET Standard, optimized for speed. Provides extensive FTP commands, File uploads/downloads, SSL/TLS connections, Automatic directory listing parsing, File hashing/checksums, File permissions/CHMOD, FTP proxies, FXP support, UTF-8 support, Async/await support, Powershell support and more. Written entirely in C#, with no external dependencies.

  • Updated Jul 31, 2021
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