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SSl 3.0  Socket Programming

Posted on 2011-02-24
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Hi,

I need to code for SSL 3.0 socket which will communicate to the server using VT100 and port 992.

Please guide me for this.

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This doesnot help as I have already implemented this type of software but I have problem for SSL 3.0
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