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  1. I have found a gem for Windows 9x that allows us to connect to (Servers) that requires SSL Authentication. I pursued this endeavor because of the annoying pop up in Outlook Express. The server you are connected to is using a security certificate that could not be verified.0x80096004Do you want to continue using this server? (yes)(no) I have created a Unofficial installer with all of the necessary files. The tool allowed me to connect to Outlook with no errors whatsoever. I thought I would share it with you guys. Some of you can go back to using your classic/favorite apps in the meantime that requires SSL Authentication. Here are the links if you want to do everything manually. 1. Original site with the latest version and source code. https://web.archive.org/web/20031003172432/http://pftp.suxx.sk/winsslwrap/ 2. Your gonna need blackwingcat openssl files http://blog.livedoor.jp/blackwingcat/archives/1591502.html 3. A reference webpage that I found that got me started http://oifan.xf.cz/WinSSLWrap/doc/winsslwrapHOW-TO.html Take a close look at the image. I have added the SSL port numbers in the preset file. The installer creates a shortcut in the startup folder, so it runs in the background, as it should. As you can see, Google shook my hand and acknowledge the SSL. The installer does most of the work, but users need to configure each app to use localhost, which is present in the screenshot. Please let me know if I have missed any ports or if I have any of them wrong. Virus Scanners might flag, but I'm pretty trustworthy and have no intentions messing up any computers. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK! All credit goes to Eric Young for the delightful app and blackwingcat for the patched openssl files. Enjoy. Download here http://www.htasoft.com/u98sesp/download98ssl.php Its back to my cave. P.S Users need to log off and then login after installation.
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