Declaration [src]

webkit_web_view_get_tls_info (
  WebKitWebView* web_view,
  GTlsCertificate** certificate,
  GTlsCertificateFlags* errors

Description [src]

Retrieves the GTlsCertificate associated with the main resource of web_view, and the GTlsCertificateFlags showing what problems, if any, have been found with that certificate. If the connection is not HTTPS, this function returns FALSE. This function should be called after a response has been received from the server, so you can connect to WebKitWebView::load-changed and call this function when it’s emitted with WEBKIT_LOAD_COMMITTED event.

Note that this function provides no information about the security of the web page if the current WebKitTLSErrorsPolicy is WEBKIT_TLS_ERRORS_POLICY_IGNORE, as subresources of the page may be controlled by an attacker. This function may safely be used to determine the security status of the current page only if the current WebKitTLSErrorsPolicy is WEBKIT_TLS_ERRORS_POLICY_FAIL, in which case subresources that fail certificate verification will be blocked.


certificate GTlsCertificate

Return location for a GTlsCertificate.

 The argument will be set by the function.
 The data is owned by the caller of the function.
errors GTlsCertificateFlags

Return location for a GTlsCertificateFlags the verification status of certificate.

 The argument will be set by the function.
 The instance takes ownership of the data, and is responsible for freeing it.

Return value

Returns: gboolean

TRUE if the web_view connection uses HTTPS and a response has been received from the server, or FALSE otherwise.