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[REBOL] Re: HTTP Proxy to HTTPs

From: ptretter:norcom2000 at: 22-Mar-2001 22:16

Not sure of the answer. However, I have approach a fortune 25 company about using REBOL/View for its intranet site and they seem interested but have some doubts that it could be handled with some of their existing stradegies. More importantly they use a VPN and use HTTPS. Any ideas how or whether I should continue negotiating this any further. Paul Tretter ----- Original Message ----- From: "Travis Watkins" <[twatkins--datajunction--com]> To: <[rebol-list--rebol--com]> Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2001 2:47 PM Subject: [REBOL] HTTP Proxy to HTTPs
> Does anyone know what is needed to make the HTTP proxy on
work for HTTPs?
> I can't seem to get past the CONNECT command. > > I am trying to make a simple method for creating scripts for automated
access and processing of locations that require one or more levels of authentification.
> The HTTP works fine, I just write the Get commands out to a file delimited
with specific tags(<Request> and <End Request>), but I can't seem to get a slightly modified copy to also run as a proxy for HTTPs.
> (Modifications include changing the prot fom 80 to 443 and modification of
the parsing to accept CONNECT strings in addition to the Http Get strings.
> The HTTP Proxy also identifies the simple Gif, Jpg, and Jpeg files so as
not to add them to the script(atleast the ones with only one "." in their file name)