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stunnel-msspi brings a native support of operating system certificates and private keys in Windows and other operating systems which supports SSPI for SSL/TLS connections.
msspi = 1 in your configuration by default to switch from OpenSSL library to
SSPI. If you still want to use the
OpenSSL variation you can use
msspi = 0 in your configuration.
stunnel-msspi uses msspi library to mimic
OpenSSL function calls.
You can use
verify = 3 and for example
CApath = TrustedPeople to check peers against "TrustedPeople" system certificate store.
You can use a certificate name, a key identifier or a hash fingerprint in
cert option to use the certificate from your certificate store in your configuration (for example
cert = bf 3c 4a a0 25 5b 7c 65 91 4a 45 86 6d 86 ab be 1c 18 d5 12 or
cert = bf3c4aa0255b7c65914a45866d86abbe1c18d512 or
cert = BF:3C:4A:A0:25:5B:7C:65:91:4A:45:86:6D:86:AB:BE:1C:18:D5:12 or simple
cert = my.example.com). And there is no need to use
key option, because your appropriate private key is loaded automatically if it's present.