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dencorso

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I decided to take the plunge... and work it does!  :worship:

On 5/5/2020 at 4:31 PM, dencorso said:

What version does the java test site say you have when using the 241 "sunmscapi.dll"?

On 5/5/2020 at 4:33 PM, Dave-H said:

It says I'm using 251, and am up to date!

On 5/5/2020 at 6:10 PM, Dave-H said:

Just as a matter of interest, is that file security critical?

On 5/5/2020 at 7:50 PM, Dave-H said:

OK, well I don't think I'll be losing any sleep about using one out of date file!

Yeah, that's my take on it, too. :yes:
And, anyway, it's not the 1st file from the java bin folder at least some of us have been replacing for sometime, already... it just happens to be the 1st one that's really mandatory, in fact. My own current replacements list is the following:

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jre1.8.0_102  v.8.0.1020.14     152,640 06-22-2016    fxplugins.dll
jre1.8.0_102  v.8.0.1020.14     115,264 06-22-2016    jfxmedia.dll
jre1.8.0_102  v.8.0.1020.14  33,944,128 06-22-2016  jfxwebkit.dll
jre1.8.0_201  v. 11.201.2.9      93,048 05-27-2019      jp2launcher.exe
jre1.8.0_241  v. 8.0.2410.7      27,712 01-16-2020     sunmscapi.dll

@Dave-H: Thanks a lot, once more! :thumbup

 

 

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Posted (edited)

Out Adobe Flash Player v.32.0.0.371.

As always, you can save the Flash file for installation.
I personally have a habit of deleting the previous installation through the correct Flash Uninstaller:

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Yep, I've just updated Adobe Flash Player.

As a side note, Oracle never replied to my ticket... I like to think that they didn't purposely ignored me and that it's just because of covid-19 and they're busy / with limited capacity...

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You're in denial, my friend... wake up to reality: Oracle couldn't care less for XP-diehards even if they tried very hard! :roll1:

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Java SE RE 8 Update 261 is out

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Let's hope they haven't broken anything more for XP users!
:dubbio:

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On 7/15/2020 at 10:31 AM, Dave-H said:

Let's hope they haven't broken anything more for XP users!
:dubbio:

As of 8u261 Oracle changed to Visual Studio 2017 and now all components of Java 8 are being built for Vista or later. I checked a few files and didn't notice any Vista-specific dependencies, so patching the headers of every file for XP may get things running (minus sunmscapi of course). They're planning to give Java 7 the same VS 2017 treatment in October.

8u261 just added TLS 1.3 support so that's not very helpful if it can't be made to work. Fortunately at least one third-party option exists for that.

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21 hours ago, buckchow said:

8u261 just added TLS 1.3 support so that's not very helpful if it can't be made to work. Fortunately at least one third-party option exists for that.

Namely?

 

BTW... Flash Player 32.0.0.403 is out! :hello:

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10 hours ago, dencorso said:

Namely?

Azul OpenJDK I guess but U262 builds aren't online yet. Hopefully I can run it as good as U252 and can use Opera 12 with TLS 1.3 on Win ME via Burp.

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1 hour ago, loblo said:

Azul OpenJDK I guess but U262 builds aren't online yet. Hopefully I can run it as good as U252

When I navigate to

https://www.azul.com/downloads/zulu-community/?version=java-8-lts&os=windows&architecture=x86-32-bit&package=jre

(filters selected were

Java Version: Java 8 (LTS)
Operating System: Windows
Architecture: x86 32-bit
Java Package: JRE),

I am informed that the minimum system requirements are Windows (Server) 2008R2; are you implying one can install and successfully use that package (zulu8.46.0.19-ca-jre8.0.252-win_i686.msi) in XP/Vista 32-bit?

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1 hour ago, VistaLover said:

When I navigate to

https://www.azul.com/downloads/zulu-community/?version=java-8-lts&os=windows&architecture=x86-32-bit&package=jre

(filters selected were

Java Version: Java 8 (LTS)
Operating System: Windows
Architecture: x86 32-bit
Java Package: JRE),

I am informed that the minimum system requirements are Windows (Server) 2008R2; are you implying one can install and successfully use that package (zulu8.46.0.19-ca-jre8.0.252-win_i686.msi) in XP/Vista 32-bit?

I'm able to use it on Windows Me + KernelEx and KernelEx extensions but I had to downgrade sunmscapi.dll to an older version that doesn't have an ncrypt.dll dependency.

I also didn't install it but unpacked the zip and then did run jar files with it (java (or javaw) -jar whatever.jar). I've tested it running Pixelitor and Burp Suite as an HTTPS proxy for Opera for an entire session without a problem.

I imagine that if I can run it on Me there must be ways to run it on XP too even if it doesn't out of the box.

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Azul OpenJDKU262 is now available. It supports TLS 1.3 and there is no changes in dependencies vs U252 which means I was able to successfully visit the TLS 1.3 test site for the first time with Opera 12 via Burp on my Windows ME machine. :)

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47 minutes ago, loblo said:

Azul OpenJDKU262 is now available. It supports TLS 1.3 and there is no changes in dependencies vs U252 which means I was able to successfully visit the TLS 1.3 test site for the first time with Opera 12 via Burp on my Windows ME machine. :)

I'd be interested to know how to do this if it's possible with Opera 12 on Windows 98SE!
Sites are starting to fail now as they can't establish a secure connection.
I've looked at Burp, and I assume it's sort or equivalent to Prox HTTPS Proxy MII, but presumably it runs on ME (and hopefully 98SE)?
:dubbio:
Off-topic for this thread of course......

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11 minutes ago, Dave-H said:

I'd be interested to know how to do this if it's possible with Opera 12 on Windows 98SE!
Sites are starting to fail now as they can't establish a secure connection.
I've looked at Burp, and I assume it's sort or equivalent to Prox HTTPS Proxy MII, but presumably it runs on ME (and hopefully 98SE)?
:dubbio:
Off-topic for this thread of course......

I don't see why not on 98SE and yes Burp is a local MITM proxy, Owasp Zap can be used too for the same purpose. I'll be laying out the details tomorrow in this thread: 

Bedtime for now.

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