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    on www.switch.ch a can login with user & password (like a lot other pages). Then all following URLs start with https:// (secure connections). Now I want to open this secure pages via PHP: $f=fsockopen("https://...", 443, $errno, $errstr, 30); $f=implode('',file("https://...")); Both lines do not work - even when I replace https by ssl. It says: unable to connect to ssl://... (Unable to find the socket transport "ssl" - did you forget to enable it when you configured PHP?) 1. Is it possible to connect to such pages (where I normally have to login) via PHP? I have uniserver 3.3 on Windows XP. Works fine. Then I downloaded Win32 OpenSSL v0.9.8e Light (Installs the most commonly used essentials of Win32 OpenSSL v0.9.8e; Recommended for most users by the creators of OpenSSL) from http://www.slproweb.com/products/Win32OpenSSL.html and copied the files in the right uniserver-dir. Now I have 2 dirs: \usr\local\apache1 (original) and \usr\local\apache2 (copied files) apache1 still works fine but when I start uniserver with apache2 (which I rename to apache before running uniserver and I changed php.ini & httpd.conf (in both files uncomment ssl-modul)) the Uniserver always try to load redirect.htm and the browser is in a endless loop. 2. What's wrong??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? 3. After hours I installed the uniserver ssl-plugin. But ths is completely wrong, isn't it? I would use this, if my uniserver would host secure sites, right?
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