sslConfiguration QML Type

The sslConfiguration class holds the configuration and state of an SSL connection. More...

Import Statement: import QtNetwork
Since: Qt 6.7



Detailed Description

sslConfiguration is used to relay information about an open SSL connection and to allow the application to control certain features of that connection. The sslConfiguration encapsulates QSslConfiguration object inside. The sslConfiguration calls defaultSslCongiguration in ctor.

See also QSslConfiguration.

Property Documentation

ciphers : string

Holds the cryptographic cipher suite for this configuration to ciphers, which is a colon-separated list of cipher suite names.

See also QSslConfiguration::ciphers.

peerVerifyDepth : int

Holds the maximum number of certificates in the peer's certificate chain to be checked during the SSL handshake phase, or 0 (the default) if no maximum depth has been set, indicating that the whole certificate chain should be checked.

See also QSslConfiguration::peerVerifyDepth.

peerVerifyMode : enumeration

Holds PeerVerifyMode enumeration value.

See also QSslSocket::PeerVerifyMode.

protocol : enumeration

Holds SslProtocol enumeration value.

See also QSsl::SslProtocol.

sessionTicket : bytearray

Holds the session ticket used in the SSL handshake in ASN.1 format, suitable to e.g. be persisted to disk.

See also QSslConfiguration::sessionTicket.

sslOptions : QList

Holds the list of SslOption values, that are activated by configuration.

See also QSsl::SslOption.

Method Documentation

void setCertificateFiles(const QStringList &certificateFiles)

This function loads into configuration the list of certificates certificateFiles provided by user.

void setPrivateKey(const QQmlSslKey &privateKey)

This function sets into configuration user defined Private key value privateKey.

See also QSslKey and sslKey.

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