I was taking a look at the scripts that come with with OpenVPN tarball
and wondered why 'verify-cn' is written in Perl. Specially when the rest
of the scripts are written in shell/bash. Any particular reason?
I mean, running it in shell should be, if not a bit faster, more light
on things OpenVPN depends on (i.e. not requiring Perl).
I haven't tested this one (see attach) thoroughly but it seems to do
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