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Old 08 October 2018, 15:27   #1
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Exclamation SSL Issues

Are there any SSL packages out there for 68k users other than the AMISSL on Aminet?

I cant seem to get any to work with a regestered version of Ibrowse useing MiamiDX and a plipBox.

Amiga 500 / ACA500Plus / ACA1233n With FPU installed / 2MB Boobip Expansion / Chipset upgraded to the ECS version / RapidRoad USB.

Currently posting and browsing on it, just cant seem to get SSL to work properly.
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Old 08 October 2018, 15:31   #2
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Nope, gotta wait for IBrowse 2.5.
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Old 08 October 2018, 16:07   #3
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Old 09 October 2018, 13:53   #4
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Old 20 October 2018, 01:18   #5
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Are there any SSL packages out there for 68k users other than the AMISSL on Aminet?

I cant seem to get any to work with a regestered version of Ibrowse useing MiamiDX and a plipBox.

Amiga 500 / ACA500Plus / ACA1233n With FPU installed / 2MB Boobip Expansion / Chipset upgraded to the ECS version / RapidRoad USB.

Currently posting and browsing on it, just cant seem to get SSL to work properly.
First of all deinstall any other versions of AmiSSL.
After that, install AmiSSL 3.6
https://github.com/jens-maus/amissl/...SL-3.6-68k.lha

Once you've done that, open CLI and type in:

makedir env:amissl
setenv amissl/ssl_client_version tls1
copy env:amissl envarc:amissl

Reboot. Now, https:// sites should work for you.
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After making sure you have SSL V2 and V3 checked in iBrowse Settings.
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Old 22 October 2018, 11:21   #7
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Now, https:// sites should work for you.
Fewer and fewer, as TLS 1.0 and 1.1 are deprecated, and old expiring certificates are replaced.
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Old 22 October 2018, 11:37   #8
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Oh Meh Gard Thank you sooo much !!!!! Ill dance at your next wedding!
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Old 23 October 2018, 05:44   #9
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This needs to be a sticky/solved for the moment as he/she stated:
"Fewer and fewer, as TLS 1.0 and 1.1 are deprecated, and old expiring certificates are replaced."

For the time being i have surfed with only a few problems "Banking (duh), some google sites however Gmail HTML works perfectly, and i can get on 99% of amiga sites now and download more crap!"
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Old 23 October 2018, 06:38   #10
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First of all deinstall any other versions of AmiSSL.
After that, install AmiSSL 3.6
https://github.com/jens-maus/amissl/...SL-3.6-68k.lha

Once you've done that, open CLI and type in:

makedir env:amissl
setenv amissl/ssl_client_version tls1
copy env:amissl envarc:amissl

Reboot. Now, https:// sites should work for you.
this not works for lot of websites , even fails if you want to go to ibrowse site
don't post lame solutions
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this not works for lot of websites , even fails if you want to go to ibrowse site
don't post lame solutions


Perhaps you should restrain yourself from such lame and personal posts, because there is no need for that.

I want to provide some sort of a solution to a problem. I know it's not perfect, yet it's a solution that can be found on IBrowse site as well.

For the time being this is the only solution to experience a bit of https:// on 68k machines.

And with the WPA2/AES PCMCIA cards and ETH PCMCIA cards this provides a bit of Internet access.
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Old 28 October 2018, 10:03   #12
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It DOES WORK FOR sites using lesser SSL certs. READ THE WHOLE POST before you bash on something you know nothing of. That is EXACTLY WHY I ASKED!
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For the time being this is the only solution to experience a bit of https:// on 68k machines.
Well, there are other options, such as using a proxy or installing a more capable OS
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Old 29 October 2018, 01:34   #14
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Yes and while even having windows installed and using WinUAE and Amiga Forever, even on my PC I find myself trying to browse in Amiga format lol, Also theres rabbit hole for the emulators, but i wanted to do some downloading on my actual amiga and it did the trick. Granted a lot of sites still wont connect but at least about 70% of the ones i have visited did so far. And, now i can download more crap to my actual amiga using a plipbox and WIFI adapter i picked up for 20 bucks with free shipping. One of those NIB never opened since 2007 ASUS adapter/hotspot/repeater models that was actually never opened and smelled like as... crap.

Kinda nice having a Amiga without wires, made before the internet, before WIFI, yet on the web wirelessly!

Next up getting it to print off of Googles cloud print service to a Canon color printer.... oh joyous me i swear if that woman ever tries that sh.... in my living room.
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