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Date 2014-02-01.00:08:42
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I have crafted an ssl cert which contains a custom extension, when I check the cert using OpenSSL on the commandline, I clearly see the extension, but when I have the server try to pprint.pprint(s.getpeercert()), I do not see these fields.

Overall, I think it would be helpful to include extensions in ssl.getpeercert()'s returned list, but if there is a workaround for this (probably rare) issue, I would appreciate it.

(I have only tested 3.4, not head)
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