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|Secure localhost External Web Server|
|Mon, Dec 3 2018 6:11 AM||Permanent Link|
I don't know if this is an IDE problem but the only way I can use a secure external web server within the IDE is for my server to redirect the request from port 80 to 443.
If I set the External Web Server URL to https://localhost port 443 and run the project in the IDE browser window the caption says "http://localhost:443" instead of "https://localhost:443" and
I get a Error accepting connection with SSL and a error:1408F10B:SSL routines:SSL3_GET_RECORD:wrong version number.
I'm not sure what it means but I think it's trying to do a unsecure request using http instead of https.
I've attached a couple screenshots. It's not a big deal but I haven't been able to figure it out.
|Mon, Dec 3 2018 8:14 AM||Permanent Link|
Tactical Business Corporation
You are not secure - EWB 2.x webserver does not support HTTPS.
Version 3.0 EWB is planned to have HTTPS support.
Search the forum for STunnel - this is being used by a few people to provide secure (HTTPS) websites with EWB Server.
|Mon, Dec 3 2018 8:26 AM||Permanent Link|
On 12/3/2018 8:14 AM, Walter Matte wrote:
> You are not secure - EWB 2.x webserver does not support HTTPS.
Yes but assuming he is using external server that has tls support this
looks like an IDE bug.
|Mon, Dec 3 2018 9:20 AM||Permanent Link|
Yea. I'm using a an external secure server.
|Tue, Dec 4 2018 2:07 PM||Permanent Link|
Tim Young [Elevate Software]
Elevate Software, Inc.
<< I don't know if this is an IDE problem but the only way I can use a secure external web server within the IDE is for my server to redirect the request from port 80 to 443. >>
I've fixed this for 2.06 B19, which hopefully will be out today.
|Wed, Dec 5 2018 7:27 AM||Permanent Link|
Tim Young [Elevate Software] wrote:
>I've fixed this for 2.06 B19, which hopefully will be out today.
That's great! Thank you!