SSL support is built into the Python distribution included with Panther. This module is no longer needed as of 10.3.
That Python is included with OS X is awesome. However, the socket module included with the build on OS X 10.2 lacks support for communicating across connections using SSL.
I wrapped the source of the socket module included within python into a standalone module project that can be installed to add ssl support to the socket layer.
Download the source, cd into the resulting directory in Terminal, and type 'sudo /usr/bin/python setup.py install'.
Makes a backup of the original Python _socket.so prior to installing the new version.
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