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owner-cypherpunks at owner-cypherpunks at
Wed Feb 21 01:34:23 PST 1996

Can't you just run a dumb TCP relay? 

I used to have one somewhere, but I can't remember if I solarified it to 
run with multi-threading. I can try and dig it up, but it'd probably be 
faster for you to rewrite from scratch. I also have a ssl proxy for the 
client side which I wrote to demo the MITM attack, but that doesn't sound 
like what you need.


On Tue, 20 Feb 1996, Lucky Green wrote:

> I need firewall software, preferably for free and running on an x86, that
> allows me to place an SSL webserver behind the firewall.
> Any pointers?
> TIA,
> - -- Lucky Green <mailto:shamrock at>
>    PGP encrypted mail preferred.
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