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bong.mau

tls 1,2 win xp sp3

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Just for fun, this page also opens in ancient KM1.6 (Firefox3.5), which has max TLS1.0 (as was reported already)
When killing CSS-stylesheets or blocking before load (either site setting, or global pref permissions.default.stylesheet = INT = 2) it even becomes very well readable ;-)

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IT WORKS  !!  thanks to  all people of this forum

currently i'm running firefox 52.9.0esr on my home test machine...i know it is the last xp supported version... usually i run application in my home desktop computer and then i pass it to my laptop....

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For those people who wants use anyway Windows XP SP3 with SSL/TLS support for the latest Chrome (49.0.2623.112) :

== Running ProxHTTPSProxyMII proxy ==

The best solution to simulate SSL access before sending data to the others applications, ex. :
SSL REQUEST ==> ProxHTTPSProxyMII running ==> sending SSL protocols to Chrome, IE, FileZilla, ...
Not apply for FireFox, you need install given CERT .pem file manually.

1/ Donwload and uncompress files under c:\
Source files bellow :
https://www3.zippyshare.com/v/3i5u1oRD/file.html

2/ Inside the directoy : ProxHTTPSProxyMII_CertIns_Windows, install the proxy certs
==> file : "ProxHTTPS Cert Install.exe"

3/ Two folders, two versions : ProxHTTPSProxyMII_REV3b_noUPX, AND : ProxHTTPSProxyMII_REV3b_UPX
==> ProxHTTPSProxyMII_REV3b_noUPX (for old CPU)
==> ProxHTTPSProxyMII_REV3b_UPX (for newest CPU)

Run the proxy, then open the file : "ProxHTTPSProxy_PSwitch.exe"

Launch Chrome v49, and test trusted SSL WebSite.

All done !

== FINAL NOTE ==
You can use the tray helper app to hide ProxHTTPSProxyMII Console activities
-> Run this file (@startup will help) : "ProxHTTPSProxy Tray Helper.exe"

Thats launch main proxy app : "proxy ProxHTTPSProxy_PSwitch.exe",

 hides from taskbar and more (hide/show/open/close/+options).

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You'll find that the use of ProxHTTPSProxy has been well documented already in this thread, and others!
:yes:

Edited by Dave-H
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On 11/23/2019 at 3:57 PM, gmini said:

==> ProxHTTPSProxyMII_REV3b_noUPX (for old CPU)
==> ProxHTTPSProxyMII_REV3b_UPX (for newest CPU)

For you, what is an old CPU and what is a newest CPU ?

Can you give some examples ?

I ask the question because I have a large stock of hardware since 15 years... :whistle:

On 11/23/2019 at 3:57 PM, gmini said:

Run the proxy, then open the file : "ProxHTTPSProxy_PSwitch.exe"

Is it for activate the proxy in the IE's settings ?

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Sorry for duplicate. Google send me there.

"ProxHTTPSProxy_PSwitch.exe" : proxy will be active on the system, IE include.

You can update CA.cert (open it and install).

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@gmini

On 11/23/2019 at 5:57 PM, gmini said:

Two folders, two versions : ProxHTTPSProxyMII_REV3b_noUPX, AND : ProxHTTPSProxyMII_REV3b_UPX

This is an outdated version; current is REV3dProxHTTPSProxyMII is an excellent and irreplaceable program, only few modern tricky TLS 1.3 sites are broken with it. Example: https://tls13.1d.pw/

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@gmini

Please ask the author @heinoganda via PM. :yes:

And now the current version is REV3e, by the way,:thumbup

Edited by Bersaglio
update with new version
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