[stunnel-users] enabling https capability

Brian Wilkins bwilkins at gmail.com
Thu Nov 1 18:03:13 CET 2012

You should be able to start stunnel, set it up to accept connections on the
port that your application normally connects, and redirect to the https
port (Typically 443). It will require the certificate and some
configuration of stunnel.

On Thu, Nov 1, 2012 at 12:58 PM, John A. Wallace <jw72253 at verizon.net>wrote:

> **
> Not sure if this is the right place to ask, but I will give it a try
> because it seems likely that someone here can point me in the right
> direction if need be. I am not a programmer.
> I have an application that can make http connections but not https. The
> connections are made from a Windows command line interface, not a browser.
> I would like to enable it to make https connections too without having to
> reinvent the wheel. If there is some way to connect it to an intermediary
> proxy program that does have built-in support for the https protocol, that
> would be swell.  Is such a thing possible or is there another solution I
> don't see? Thanks.
> John
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