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Using SSL with the Visual basic Inet control

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I have an application that sends and receives data using the Internet Transfer control in Visual Basic .NET.  At the moment it simply uses port 80 and icHTTP protocol to communicate with the server.  However, I need to encrypt the data using SSL.  I have tried changing the protocol to icHTTPs (port 443) but it won't respond.  I have tested SSL connectivity on the webserver through a browser and everything is working fine.  Does anyone know what might be causing the problem?
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Hi, there are some challenge issues need to be executed... have a look at planet-source-code.com and do a search on SSL. There is an excellent class available

http://planet-source-code.com/vb/scripts/ShowCode.asp?txtCodeId=43694&lngWId=1

that should point you in the right track

best of luck
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