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How do I real a SSL certs serial number using Python?

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I am writing a simple tool that needs to read the serial number of a remote SSL certificate. I've poked around Google for a bit but can't find anything that fits the bill.

Is this possible in Python? If so, would someone point me in the general direction of how to do it?

posted Sep 3, 2015 by anonymous

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answer Sep 3, 2015 by Satish Mishra
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