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HTTPS proxy for Windows 98? (CCProxy?)

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I'm seeing more and more websites throw up https issues over the past few weeks while browsing using FF2, so I'm looking into running an HTTPS proxy locally and have come across something called CCproxy (http://www.youngzsoft.net/ccproxy/proxy-server.htm) that claims to be win-98 compatible.  There is a free version (good for 3 users) but for some reason it may not be win-98 compatible.  I try running it, but get a "deletevolumemountpointw" kernel32 export error.  If CCproxy is a dead end here, what are the alternatives?

 

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The Free Version does not list Windows 98.

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What makes you believe CCproxy would solve your problems if it worked?

 

What is needed is an MITM proxy not a simple proxy. I know only one that works and solves all my https issues with opera and that is Burp Suite Free Edition. It runs on Java 7 and also requires for optimal use the Java Cryptography Extension Unlimited Strength.

 

I found two more potential candidates which are an old version of ProxHTTPSProxy and DeleGate but went nowhere with either of them.

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