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SSL HELP!

I am trying to post a string over ssl to an server that has 128 bit ssl cert installed.

I have been trying to use wininet.h for these functions

But I have not been able to make any examples I have found to work.

Does anyone have any experience with this?

My first few tries were trying to get html response back from https://paypal.com but to no avail.

I will post my tries if any one wants to see.

Thank you in advance

-Matt
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Amritpal SinghCommented:
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tolstoyleoAuthor Commented:
I still haven't had the time to check out that class...
I will check it out tonight.

Thank you for responding...

I guess that not too many people know jack crap about SSL from desktop applications

I thought that this would be a pretty standard thing with some uber posting on doing it lots of different ways...

hmm...

Thank you again for responding... Like I said I will look into that class tonight...
codeproject makes you register to download stuff... argh!!! #$#@%@#

-matt
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tolstoyleoAuthor Commented:
OK... the link you posted... the class does not work at all...

I can't even compile the project he gives you...

I looked under the comments and the first comment was about not being able to compile...

The author says to get the latest service pack for vs 6

I have that... it's sp6

And still cannot compile

The code was meant to run under .net

This project and question is under MFC... not mfc.net

Thank you for responding anyhow

-matt
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tolstoyleoAuthor Commented:
OK.. i got the code to work but after a few modifications....

And...

It does exactly what it's supposed to.

My bad on the earlier comments.

This class is uber...

peace
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