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Software News   Software News : OpenSSL 1.0.0a for AmigaOS
   posted by diegocr on 27-Jun-2010 11:15:11 (3324 reads)
OpenSSL for AmigaOS (3.x) have been updated! The OpenSSL Project is a collaborative effort to develop a robust, commercial-grade, full-featured, and OpenSource toolkit implementing the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL v2/v3) and TransportLayer Security (TLS v1) protocols as well as a full-strength general purpose cryptography library.

OpenSSL is based on the excellent SSLeay library developed from Eric A. Young and Tim J. Hudson. The OpenSSL toolkit is licensed under a dual-license (the OpenSSL license plus the SSLeay license) situation, which basically means that you are free to get and use it for commercial and non-commercial purposes as long as you fulfill the conditions of both licenses.

The OpenSSL binary for AmigaOS is provided fully native (no ixemul), with support for the following ciphers:

mdc2, md4, md5, hmac(md5), sha1, rmd160, rc4, des cbc, des ede3, idea cbc, seed cbc, rc2 cbc, blowfish cbc, cast cbc, aes-128 cbc, aes-192 cbc, aes-256 cbc, camellia-128 cbc, camellia-192 cbc, camellia-256 cbc, sha256, sha512, whirlpool, aes-128 ige, aes-192 ige, and aes-256 ige.

Developer material can be found in the included devfiles.tar.7z file, read first the devfiles.txt if you want to check the provided files. Tree structure is keep with GeekGadgets compatibility in mind. Static libraries are provided for libnix and ixemul including builds for 68020 and 68060 - more info at the included amiga.readme.txt file.

For further info and downloads, please go to http://amiga.sourceforge.net/OpenSSL/
    

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VooDoo 
Re: OpenSSL 1.0.0a for AmigaOS
Posted on 27-Jun-2010 18:24:19
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Thanx for this version..time for runing up my A1200!!


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Good for classic users :)

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You can also use it under os4, with no problem, i guess..

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There's not much point using this on OS4 as OS4 already has a PPC native OpenSSL command supplied with it, as part of AmiSSL. Likewise for 68k even to some extent, since AmiSSL is available for 68k even if it hasn't been updated for a while and is based on OpenSSL 0.9.7g.

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There's not much point using this on OS4 as OS4 already has a PPC native OpenSSL


If you check the comments for the OpenSSL 1.0-beta4 announcement (on this site, last November), you'll notice that's basically what i've answered when someone asked if it worth installing my build(s) on OS4.

What i wanted to say there was that VooDoo does not need to turn on his A1200, he can give it a try on his uA1 as well.

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Hypex 
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I wonder, can this be used in place of AmiSSL? I installed that recently and it failed on my browsers.

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Futaura 
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I wonder, can this be used in place of AmiSSL? I installed that recently and it failed on my browsers.

No. AmiSSL offers a native shared library Amiga API for OpenSSL, which makes it very easy to use OpenSSL functions in Amiga apps. OpenSSL is just, um, OpenSSL. There are various versions of AmiSSL - the latest versions of IBrowse and AWeb require AmigaSSL v3. I don't want to hijack this thread any further, so see http://www.heightanxiety.com/AmiSSL/ for more info.

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I don't want to hijack this thread any further


Too late man, too late, i hate you.....LOL, just joking, feel free to talk about AmiSSL here, i don't really care ;)

Seriously, Those OpenSSL builds for m68k can only be useful under OS4 for users in need of some feature missing on the openssl binary shipped with AmiSSL. Just that.

However.... I have been using the last hour trying to port OpenSSL 1.0.0a for OS4... and it looks like it was successful... someone interested? i need some betatester(s) to know if it really works

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http://www.heightanxiety.com/AmiSSL/ for more info.


@Futaura

Anthony is allways active on the amiga ???

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There are various versions of AmiSSL - the latest versions of IBrowse and AWeb require AmigaSSL v3.


I installed all three on top of each other as per the instructions but the end result didn't work fo rme. In any case I'm going to do some testing and create a new thread if I still have problems.

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