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  1. #1
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    Does symbian support https?

    Hi,

    I am looking solution for https in symbian C++, I have used http work well in Symbian (but I have not tried https).

    Before spending time and resource, I would like to know if it really work? Has any body any issues with https with Symbian 3rd and 5th ed?

    Has anybody tested the https with some real server?
    http://www.developer.nokia.com/info/..._2_en.zip.html


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    Re: Does symbian support https?

    In the release note of example you mentioned,it says below

    Tested on: Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, Nokia N96.

    Developed and tested with:
    S60 5th Edition SDK for Symbian OS
    S60 3rd Edition FP2 SDK for Symbian OS

    So it works,but it is decided by device and network sometime.

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    Re: Does symbian support https?

    I would say that HTTPS works correctly when you are interacting with various known Web-servers/containers.
    However on the larger scale I know a TLS implementation (so it was not a Web-server) which is not compatible with CSecureSocket on S60 3rd edition.

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    Re: Does symbian support https?

    Hi,

    Thanks, I am going to upgrade my web server to support https, (it cost some money for me). Before doing that I would like to make sure that Symbian also supposrt https. We have a tracker SW that need to be secure. So can I assume now that it will work?

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