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Take a look at the following simple example: import sys secret = "My secret" print(f"From argv: {sys.argv[1]}\n") print(f"From code: {print(secret)}") If you run it with python test.py print\(secret\) or python test.py "print(secret)" the result is: From argv: print(secret) My secret From code: None The argument ...


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I'm not familiar with libqs-openssl, but The documentation clearly says that the necessary cipher support is for TLS 1.3, while your code insists on using TLS 1.2 You are trying to use ciphers which require RSA certificate, even though you don't have a RSA certificate This together means that there are no ciphers which could support the authentication ...


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