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Adapting proxo 4.5 to the latest OpenSSL DLLs
Nov. 03, 2014, 12:54 AM
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RE: Adapting proxo 4.5 to the latest OpenSSL DLLs
(Nov. 02, 2014 11:14 PM)herbalist Wrote:  OpenSSL is compiled into Tor, at least on Windows versions.

If you have never followed all the steps to install the "Visual C++ 2008 Redistributables for Windows 9x/NT4" from slproweb, I would.

if exist osslkrnl.dll goto AlreadyFixed

That reads like you only need to do it once but

echo Already fixed.
echo It appears that OpenSSL has already been modified for use for your OS.
goto end

If OpenSSL is modified by running "FixSSL_9xNT4.bat", updated OpenSSL won't be modified until PEProxy is ran.

My guess is you need to at least
Quote:install "OpenSSL Light" using the '/bin' option, and then run FixSSL_9xNT4.bat contained within the /bin directory
every time you update OpenSSL after using "RunMagic.bat" first.

You might need to uninstall the old OpenSSL first.
You might need to run RunMagic every time.

Read the ReadMe files in the "" for more.

Quote:******************** RunMagic - The Best Application Ever ********************

Welcome to RunMagic, the best software application - ever.

Run RunMagic.bat. At your own risk (technical, legal, etc). Prepares the
VC++ 2008 Redistributables for use on Windows 95/98/Me/NT4.

Optional (but recommended): Run InstallGlobal.bat to install the files into
the Windows\System or System32 directory (global install allows many VC++ 2008
applications to run - although they will also likely need PETools).

Active Accessibility (optional):

Windows 95: Win95_ActiveAccessibility_Redist_13.exe
All other versions of Windows: ActiveAccessibility_Redist_20.exe.

The latter installer is a two step process. Extract then install.

NOTE: PETools, included, are not free. Be sure to pay the author a few
bucks (send money via PayPal to [email protected]). Lots of
applications are moving to VC++ 2008, so you'll get quite a bit of use
out of the tools.

If you get use out of this software application, be sure to thank the author.

If you can't figure this out on your own, upgrade your OS.

If you have a blog or website, don't be an idiot like people were with
SysInternals and just pointed at their stuff and, as a result, we have lost a
great website and a huge chunk of advanced Windows source code. Copy this
application everywhere!

Funny guy
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RE: Adapting proxo 4.5 to the latest OpenSSL DLLs - JJoe - Nov. 03, 2014 12:54 AM

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