Category Archives: OpenSSL

The U. S. Government is in my code with their “Interim Final” rule

My college professors did not prepare me for this hurdle: The U.S. Government. Well, it’s not a hurdle, I am overstating the matter. But let me elaborate.

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A Free OpenSSL Visual C++ Object: Part 2

This is Part 2 in a series about integrating OpenSSL into an existing C++ project.  In Part 1 I presented a scenario that would necessitate such integration and I outlined the contours of the problem.   In essence, the goal of … Continue reading

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Adding OpenSSL to an existing Visual C++ Socket Program in C++

Your boss comes into your office and says she wants to support encrypted communications over your HTTP server. She wants your company web site to use HTTPS instead of HTTP. Among other things, they need to handle credit card transactions … Continue reading

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