IETF 102 Hackathon ( Implementing TLS 1.3 in NRPE )

Hello everyone,

Im going to share with you the amazing experience i had during 3 days of pure coding with hackers.mu

We had to implement the new protocol TLS 1.3 to the Nagios Remote Plugin Executor ( NRPE .

Me and Nigel we diverged into a deep state of concentration. On the first day our code was ready. Our only obstacle left was to prove a way it was using TLS1.3 locally.

After 1 day gone we continue to strive harder , even when i was having fever. But at the end the fever overtook me and i was forced to sleep and recover. The work was continued by Nigel who stayed up till 1 am to complete the testing. Finally after long hours of debugging he managed to test the protocol being used by NRPE locally:

Here is a picture :

local

The next day, we all woke up early, we started with full force. The fever was gone,after some good debugging we managed to test the ssl connection of NRPE with a client. We tested the connection and used wireshark to test the protocol being used:

client

Finally we proved the code to be working. We made a pull request #186

After 2 days of hard work we can see the results.

Please see the blog of Nigel for more information: niyon.me

 

Thank you for your comprehension.

 

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