This is a discussion on Re: Encripted page would not load into IE - modssl ; If IE allows you might change the protocl or cipher used (apache config also you to adjust order). Using curl i noticed somethign funky (some of the times) with ssl2 that did not appear with ssl3 (curl at least does ...
If IE allows you might change the protocl or cipher
used (apache config also you to adjust order). Using
curl i noticed somethign funky (some of the times)
with ssl2 that did not appear with ssl3 (curl at
least does not capture the full data). Not sure if
this was a problem with curl, openssl or apache.
(if you have curl - curl -2 https://url will use ssl2
and curl -3 ... will use ssl3
> I made the tests with IE from at least 4 different
> computers, located in
> networks from 3 different ISP's.
> Yes, the connection is done, because ith shows up
> instantly with
> tail -f /var/log/apache/ssl_engine_log
> >> I am running Apache 1.3.37 and openssl 0.9.8b
> from Slackware-current
> >> packages. I set up a https virtual host that
> listens on the default
> >> address.
> >> My problem is that the encrypted pages don't load
> in IE 6. They are
> >> working just fine in Firefox.
> > I've never seen anything like this. Apologies if
> I'm insulting your
> > intelligence but have you checked you don't have
> some strange proxy
> > settings in IE that could be causing this? Have
> you tried doing a netstat
> > on the server (or client) to prove that you are in
> fact making a TCP
> > connection? If you're not, it's not an Apache or
> mod_ssl issue.
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