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RE: MS crypto API based ssl proxy??
From: "Brewis, Mark" <mark.brewis () eds com>
Date: Wed, 7 Jan 2004 17:20:11 -0000

Odysseus supports client side certs and runs under Windows.  Doubt it uses cryptoapi, since it utilises OpenSSL and 
Eric Young's work, but it might get you a little further on that you are.



[Shade - sorry if it chews up your bandwidth again mate]
-----Original Message-----
From: Shashank Rai [mailto:shashrai () emirates net ae]
Sent: 07 January 2004 09:56
To: benoni_martin () hotmail com
Cc: pen-test () securityfocus com
Subject: RE: MS crypto API based ssl proxy??

On Wed, 2004-01-07 at 13:43, MARTIN M. =?UNKNOWN?Q?B=E9noni?= wrote:
Well, just a clue: you do not talk about Achilles and 
ZeBeDeee...have tou 
tried them? I cannot claim they support the right library, 
but as you don't 
mention them...Again, just an idea! :-)

thnx for the reply... but achilles doesn't support client side
certificates :( .... ZeBeDee... well didn't know about it... 
will google
it up and check it out.
and for the sake of mentioning, exodus and webscarab do not work:
a) do not support client certificates.
b) use java (not sure if sun's ssl api or some other librarby 
but surely
not cryptoapi)

thnx anyway :)


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                                      (with apologies to JRR 
Tolkien :)



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