In Files

  • webrick/config.rb
  • webrick/https.rb
  • webrick/ssl.rb

Namespace

WEBrick::Config

Constants

BasicAuth

Default configuration for WEBrick::HTTPAuth::BasicAuth

:AutoReloadUserDB

Reload the user database provided by :UserDB automatically?

DigestAuth

Default configuration for WEBrick::HTTPAuth::DigestAuth.

:Algorithm

MD5, MD5-sess (default), SHA1, SHA1-sess

:Domain

An Array of URIs that define the protected space

:Qop

‘auth’ for authentication, ‘auth-int’ for integrity protection or both

:UseOpaque

Should the server send opaque values to the client? This helps prevent replay attacks.

:CheckNc

Should the server check the nonce count? This helps the server detect replay attacks.

:UseAuthenticationInfoHeader

Should the server send an AuthenticationInfo header?

:AutoReloadUserDB

Reload the user database provided by :UserDB automatically?

:NonceExpirePeriod

How long should we store used nonces? Default is 30 minutes.

:NonceExpireDelta

How long is a nonce valid? Default is 1 minute

:InternetExplorerHack

Hack which allows Internet Explorer to work.

:OperaHack

Hack which allows Opera to work.

FileHandler

Default configuration for WEBrick::HTTPServlet::FileHandler

:AcceptableLanguages

Array of languages allowed for accept-language. There is no default

:DirectoryCallback

Allows preprocessing of directory requests. There is no default callback.

:FancyIndexing

If true, show an index for directories. The default is true.

:FileCallback

Allows preprocessing of file requests. There is no default callback.

:HandlerCallback

Allows preprocessing of requests. There is no default callback.

:HandlerTable

Maps file suffixes to file handlers. DefaultFileHandler is used by default but any servlet can be used.

:NondisclosureName

Do not show files matching this array of globs. .ht* and *~ are excluded by default.

:UserDir

Directory inside ~user to serve content from for /~user requests. Only works if mounted on /. Disabled by default.

General

for GenericServer

HTTP

for HTTPServer, HTTPRequest, HTTPResponse

SSL

Default SSL server configuration.

WEBrick can automatically create a self-signed certificate if :SSLCertName is set. For more information on the various SSL options see OpenSSL::SSL::SSLContext.

:ServerSoftware

The server software name used in the Server: header.

:SSLEnable

false,

Enable SSL for this server.  Defaults to false.
:SSLCertificate

The SSL certificate for the server.

:SSLPrivateKey

The SSL private key for the server certificate.

:SSLClientCA

nil,

Array of certificates that will be sent to the client.
:SSLExtraChainCert

nil,

Array of certificates that willbe added to the certificate chain
:SSLCACertificateFile

nil,

Path to a CA certificate file
:SSLCACertificatePath

nil,

Path to a directory containing CA certificates
:SSLCertificateStore

nil,

OpenSSL::X509::Store used for certificate validation of the client
:SSLTmpDhCallback

nil,

Callback invoked when DH parameters are required.
:SSLVerifyClient

Sets whether the client is verified. This defaults to VERIFY_NONE which is typical for an HTTPS server.

:SSLVerifyDepth

Number of CA certificates to walk when verifying a certificate chain

:SSLVerifyCallback

Custom certificate verification callback

:SSLTimeout

Maximum session lifetime

:SSLOptions

Various SSL options

:SSLStartImmediately

Immediately start SSL upon connection? Defaults to true

:SSLCertName

SSL certificate name. Must be set to enable automatic certificate creation.

:SSLCertComment

Comment used during automatic certificate creation.

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