Click Here
home features news forums classifieds faqs links search
6065 members 
Amiga Q&A /  Free for All /  Emulation /  Gaming / (Latest Posts)
Login

Nickname

Password

Lost Password?

Don't have an account yet?
Register now!

Support Amigaworld.net
Your support is needed and is appreciated as Amigaworld.net is primarily dependent upon the support of its users.
Donate

Menu
Main sections
Home
Features
News
Forums
Classifieds
Links
Downloads
Extras
OS4 Zone
IRC Network
AmigaWorld Radio
Newsfeed
Top Members
Amiga Dealers
Information
About Us
FAQs
Advertise
Polls
Terms of Service
Search

IRC Channel
Server: irc.amigaworld.net
Ports: 1024,5555, 6665-6669
SSL port: 6697
Channel: #Amigaworld
Channel Policy and Guidelines

Who's Online
37 crawler(s) on-line.
 16 guest(s) on-line.
 1 member(s) on-line.


 bennymee

You are an anonymous user.
Register Now!
 bennymee:  4 secs ago
 AmigaOneProductions:  6 mins ago
 OlafS25:  7 mins ago
 Rob:  11 mins ago
 Mobileconnect:  15 mins ago
 amigang:  20 mins ago
 michalsc:  25 mins ago
 t0lkien:  28 mins ago
 portarinos:  32 mins ago
 DiscreetFX:  33 mins ago

software Classic   software Classic : AmiSSL 4.9 Now Available
   posted by Futaura on 2-Apr-2021 19:26:49 (759 reads)
The AmiSSL project is a collaborative effort to develop a shared library for Amiga-based systems (AmigaOS, MorphOS, AROS, etc.) based on the OpenSSL cryptographic library toolkit. The library together with its provided software development kit (SDK) tries to be 100% API/ABI compatible to the OpenSSL version it is based on. In addition, due to its shared library nature it can be used by several Amiga applications at the same time. Many applications already make use of AmiSSL - the shared library concept saves memory and allows developers to easily integrate a modern, stable, optimised SSL/TLS and cryptographic solution into their applications with minimum effort. With regular AmiSSL updates, applications and users additionally benefit from OpenSSL upgrades and security fixes, without authors needing to update their own code.

AmiSSL 4.9 is available for download from https://github.com/jens-maus/amissl/releases/4.9 (or via AmiUpdate) and contains the following modifications:
  • Updated OpenSSL backend to full compatibility to latest OpenSSL 1.1.1k (25.03.2021) version, which brings security and bug fixes.
  • Simplified and improved logic in amisslmaster.library for choosing which libraries to open.
  • Installer will now delete redundant AmiSSLv4 libraries where possible.
  • Added Swedish installer translation.
  • Updated icons with more modern GlowIcons.
  • Added sample openssl.cnf file and CA.pl helper script to the installation.
  • Added CA.pl documentation to OpenSSL.doc.
  •     

    Related Links
    · More about software Classic
    · News by Futaura


    Most read story about software Classic
    A-EON Technology Acquires Personal Paint

    Last news about software Classic
    RapaGUI 2.1 released
    Printer Friendly Page  Send this Story to a Friend

    PosterThread
    amigakit 
    Re: AmiSSL 4.9 Now Available
    Posted on 3-Apr-2021 11:19:43
    #1 ]
    Amiga Kit
    Joined: 28-Jun-2004
    Posts: 2420
    From: www.amigakit.com

    It is also available to download under the Packages tab in Updater utility

    Thanks to Jens and the team.


    _________________
    Amiga Kit Amiga Store
    Links: www.amigakit.com | New Products | X5000

     Status: Offline
    Profile     Report this post  
    Futaura 
    Re: AmiSSL 4.9 Now Available
    Posted on 3-Apr-2021 11:53:08
    #2 ]
    Regular Member
    Joined: 10-May-2004
    Posts: 239
    From: UK

    BTW, just to be clear, AmiSSL is available in both OS3 and OS4 native versions. It is a bit silly that there is not a generic "Software News" category on here - only "software Classic" and "software OS4". Some software supports multiple platforms.

    Last edited by Futaura on 03-Apr-2021 at 12:06 PM.

     Status: Offline
    Profile     Report this post  
    rzookol 
    Re: AmiSSL 4.9 Now Available
    Posted on 4-Apr-2021 17:33:39
    #3 ]
    Regular Member
    Joined: 4-Oct-2005
    Posts: 272
    From: Poland, Lublin

    Any plans to add tlsv1_1_method, tlsv1_2_method to the api?

     Status: Offline
    Profile     Report this post  
    Futaura 
    Re: AmiSSL 4.9 Now Available
    Posted on 5-Apr-2021 19:46:17
    #4 ]
    Regular Member
    Joined: 10-May-2004
    Posts: 239
    From: UK

    Any particular reason why? I'm curious. These were removed around 5 years ago and are now deprecated in OpenSSL. TLS_method() should be used instead. If you need to control which versions of the protocols are used, there are functions for that - see https://www.openssl.org/docs/man1.1.1/man3/TLS_method.html for info.

     Status: Offline
    Profile     Report this post  
    redfox 
    Re: AmiSSL 4.9 Now Available
    Posted on 6-Apr-2021 1:28:35
    #5 ]
    Super Member
    Joined: 7-Mar-2003
    Posts: 1876
    From: Canada

    I upgraded from AmiSSL 4.7 to AmiSSL 4.9 on my MicroA1.



    redfox

     Status: Offline
    Profile     Report this post  
    rzookol 
    Re: AmiSSL 4.9 Now Available
    Posted on 6-Apr-2021 7:54:38
    #6 ]
    Regular Member
    Joined: 4-Oct-2005
    Posts: 272
    From: Poland, Lublin

    @Futaura

    Thanks for the info, this was not my code. In fact i changed it to TLS_method() just wondered what it isn't available. man TLS_method makes it clear.

     Status: Offline
    Profile     Report this post  
    Futaura 
    Re: AmiSSL 4.9 Now Available
    Posted on 6-Apr-2021 20:02:09
    #7 ]
    Regular Member
    Joined: 10-May-2004
    Posts: 239
    From: UK

    @rzookol

    Yep, although I didn't check if the old methods are still present (well, they are, but not sure if enabled) in the OpenSSL code, despite being deprecated. I thinks Jens removed them in AmiSSL when integrating OpenSSL 1.1.0, before AmiSSL 4.0 was released.

     Status: Offline
    Profile     Report this post  
    [ home ][ about us ][ privacy ] [ forums ][ classifieds ] [ links ][ news archive ] [ link to us ][ user account ]
    Copyright (C) 2000 - 2019 Amigaworld.net.
    Amigaworld.net was originally founded by David Doyle