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Import py34-service_identity-14.0.0 as security/py-service_identity.

service_identity aspires to give you all the tools you need for
verifying whether a certificate is valid for the intended purposes.

In the simplest case, this means host name verification.  However,
service_identity implements RFC 6125 fully and plans to add other
relevant RFCs too.

service_identity aspires to give you all the tools you need for
verifying whether a certificate is valid for the intended purposes.

In the simplest case, this means host name verification.  However,
service_identity implements RFC 6125 fully and plans to add other
relevant RFCs too.