[Mono-list] HttpListener SSL client certificate

DrGusman geniwab at gmail.com
Sat Aug 9 18:48:28 UTC 2014

Chris, I have done some tests and Ned is right, SSL is just broken, under
heavy load after some time it gets hung and stops responding, when the
remote side closes the faulted connection it starts working again.

It only happens with SSL, so it must be some bug on the SSL code on
multithreading, also, when working it's slow as hell, when the conection is
first made (not reused by keep-alive) it took at least 2-3 seconds to

For now I'm using Nginx as reverse proxy to do the https decode and it works
like a charm.

I will investigate further (if I can debug the mono classes) to try solve
it, I have created a fork at https://github.com/gusmanb/mono and will try to
keep it up to date and every finding I do will be pushed there, any
contribution is wellcome. It has for now the client certificate request
disabled, at least if you don't have a high load it works.

It's a shame that something so basic as SSL connections don't work as

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