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Old 08 October 2021, 07:48   #1
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IBrowse and SSL

I'm somewhat confused (which doesn't take much at this age now) about SSL and the use of it in IBrowse on a 68k Amiga.

My config is an A1200 030@50 with 32meg of fast, 3.1 Roms and the Bloodwych WB Install.

I recently purchased IBrowse 2.5.5 and installed also AmiSSL 4.10 ... much to my dismay literally every site I visit has an SSL issue apart from EAB, Aminet.. the usual ones. Now I'm only interested in accessing Amiga related sites, such as Mixel Lab that are making the game Creeping Me Out.. etc

Is there something I'm not doing right? After reading about AmiSSL it's made to sound it has support for SSL based sites. I understand not all would be accessible but I'm not getting hardly any success at all.

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Old 08 October 2021, 07:55   #2
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Check that you have installed AmiSSL correctly and also check if the AmiSSL assign really points to the path where AmiSSL is installed.
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Old 13 October 2021, 06:06   #3
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Check that you have installed AmiSSL correctly and also check if the AmiSSL assign really points to the path where AmiSSL is installed.
Only one way to Install AmiSSL and the path is fine. I can see this is going to be a pain in the a@#e to sort out.
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That's odd, it should JustWork

Does SnoopDOS show anything useful?
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Old 13 October 2021, 22:13   #5
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Have you done the following after installing Amissl?
Open a shell window and type the following and press return after each line:

makedir env:amissl
Setenv amissl/ssl_client_version tls1
Copy env:ssl envarc:amissl

Then reboot.
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Setenv amissl/ssl_client_version tls1
This has no effect with AmiSSL v4 (it was an old AmiSSL v3 workaround which is no longer relevant).

@blade002 What exactly are the errors that you are seeing?

Do also check your system clock is set correctly.
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Old 14 October 2021, 01:06   #7
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This has no effect with AmiSSL v4 (it was an old AmiSSL v3 workaround which is no longer relevant).

@blade002 What exactly are the errors that you are seeing?

Do also check your system clock is set correctly.
Might be worth installing older Amissl versions 1.1 etc… then implement amissl 4.6 then 4.10. That’s something I’ve done when building new OS builds from scratch. Ibrowse 2.5.5 works fine for me with SSL
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Might be worth installing older Amissl versions 1.1 etc… then implement amissl 4.6 then 4.10. That’s something I’ve done when building new OS builds from scratch. Ibrowse 2.5.5 works fine for me with SSL
Absolutely no point if he has iBrowse 2.5.5 - it's compiled against AmiSSL 4.10.

The chap above you (Futaura) is the man responsible for both

@Futaura - good shout on the time being wrong! That's caught me a few times on machines.
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Always fetch the time from ntp in your online scripts! ;-)
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Absolutely no point if he has iBrowse 2.5.5 - it's compiled against AmiSSL 4.10.
You're quite right, although to be pedantic, IBrowse is currently built to use AmiSSL 4.4 or higher - first proper version with TLS 1.3. As AmiSSL 4.5-4.10 are backwards compatible, IBrowse can use those automatically, without a rebuild.
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You're quite right, although to be pedantic, IBrowse is currently built to use AmiSSL 4.4 or higher - first proper version with TLS 1.3. As AmiSSL 4.5-4.10 are backwards compatible, IBrowse can use those automatically, without a rebuild.
D’oh!

Probably thinking when I used Ibrowse 2.4. Watched how to do it via 10marc (Doug) on his YouTube channel.
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