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what the hell is this guy talking about?

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  1. CSalt2

    CSalt2 Power Member

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    some guy on some other forum told me in response to me asking him if he'd figure out a work around on a certain website,

    "Actually I have fixed it. I changed the SSL to TSL and it worked (not with the bot, but with sockets)."


    I really had no clue what he was talking about and i asked him but he never replied, guess he doesn't want to help me out. understandable, but i'd still like to know, can you guys tell me what in the world he means by the above statement? thanks:cow04:
     
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    is it related to POODLE
     
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    I'm really dont understand what you mean .
     
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    Due to the scarcity of the info you provided its really hard to tell. The only thing comes to mind is strongly related to the functionality of sixth layer of the OSI Reference Model protocol stack, I suggest you delve in that topic and you will find what you are looking for.
     
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    Empeleni engiye fixed it. I kwashintsha SSL TSL futhi wasebenza (hhayi bot, kodwa nezinyawo).

    on Zulu language it the same no sense)
     
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    Some more information would help but I take it that it is related to botting?
    SSL = Secure Sockets Layer
    TSL = Transport Layer Security

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transport_Layer_Security
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WebSocket
     
  8. CSalt2

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    I'm not sure what you mean by botting, but it's a program that automates my browser, that's what i meant by bot.
     
  10. CSalt2

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    not trying to be confusing, it confused me as well. All I can discern from what the guy told me is that he had changed the SSL to TLS through sockets. I'm using a program that automates a website for me. But the website wouldn't load, it's a java based website, not sure if that matters. But either way, it never would completely load so according to him he just changed the SSL to TLS, which i have no idea how to do. I was wondering if anyone could actually explain how to do that for a simpleton?
     
  11. CSalt2

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    I wouldn't even know where to start
     
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    What program were you using?