[rabbitmq-discuss] File transfers

David Pollak feeder.of.the.bears at gmail.com
Wed Jan 30 14:08:32 GMT 2008


A couple of things.

First, I've been thinking it's easier for me to use the HTTPS stuff in trunk
head and stunnel4 than to reimplement SSL handshaking in Rabbit.

Second, I've been sidetracked by an existing client and business development
opportunities so I've been unable to work on this project.

More as I have time.



On 1/30/08, Tony Garnock-Jones <tonyg at lshift.net> wrote:
> Hi David,
> How did you get on with file transfers over AMQP? Did it work out, or
> have you switched to something else?
> David Pollak wrote:
> > PS -- I'm currently implementing an encrypted session mechanism that
> > does a handshake with authentication and all the subsequent messages are
> > encrypted using the secret shared during the handshake.  It solves the
> > "using Rabbit in the Wild" problem without SSL.  I should have some code
> > posted in a few days.
> This sounds very interesting! Are there any further details available?
> Would support for this style of encryption be a useful addition to
> RabbitMQ? Does it require cooperation from the broker, or is it a
> decentralised, peer-to-peer style thing? (with Bob Frankston-style
> innovation-at-the-edge)
> Tony
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