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Date: Thu, 7 Sep 2017 18:16:10 +0000 (UTC)
Subject: Re: Re: Windows native SSL support for Pegasus
To: naveen gupta <gupta_nvn@******>, Devchandra L Meetei <dlmeetei@******>
Sequence: 10264
From: Kirk Augustin <kirk_augustin@******>

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There should never be a need to access native Windows SSL/TSL.
Windows has to conform exactly to the international standards, so likely Windows just ported OpenSSL.  If there was any difference between Window's native SSL/TSL and OpenSSL, then the Windows version would have to be broken and should not be used.
The whole point of SSL/TSL is to cross the whole network, so can never be proprietary.
Since Windows native SSL/TSL can not have its source code studied, is must always be suspect.
Even if not defective, it could have backdoors.
Should never be used.

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On Thursday, September 7, 2017, 8:44:02 AM MDT, Devchandra L Meetei <dlmeetei@gmail.com> wrote:


As far as I can remember, Pegasus does not support Windows native SSL/TLS. 
But patch for the support will be welcome. 


On 7 Sep 2017 8:07 pm, "naveen gupta" <gupta_nvn@yahoo.com> wrote:
Hi,
 
I wanted to check if Pegasus supports Windows Native SSL/ crypto library. Can Pegasus be built with Windows native SSL, instead of OpenSSL? If not, is there any plan for future?
 
Thanks,
Naveen

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