ANN: RealThinClient SDK 1.9 > SSL support using 3rd-Party plug-ins

ANN: RealThinClient SDK 1.9 > SSL support using 3rd-Party plug-ins

Post by Danijel Tk » Sat, 10 Jun 2006 10:22:32


RealThinClient SDK 1.9 introduces plug-ins for encryption/decryption and
comes with a ready-to-use plug-in for StreamSec Tools 2.1 SSL support
(Client and Server). This means that, in case you have StreamSec Tools 2.1
and the RealThinClient SDK, you can use the new server plug-in to build
stand-alone HTTPS (SSL) Servers. Naturaly, you could also use the base
plug-in class (it's a simple class with only a handfull of methods) to
implement your own plug-ins for encryption/decryption using any other
3rd-party components/tools.

To "convert" your standard RTC HTTP server into a Secure RTC HTTPS Server,
you just need to put one or two StreamSec components on your DataModule and
link them to your rtcHttpServer component through the (new) "CryptPlugin"
property.

An example for building a HTTPS Server (or converting an existing HTTP
Server into a HTTPS Server) is available in the Demos/RTCWebForum folder and
... a precompiled Forum Server (exe), using the HTTPS protocol and running
on port 443, is available from the "Licensed Users :: Download Area" -
simply unpack the files and run the exe.

RealThinClient SDK 1.9:
http://www.yqcomputer.com/

StreamSec Tools 2.1:
http://www.yqcomputer.com/

Best Regards,
Danijel Tkalcec, Team RTC
http://www.yqcomputer.com/
 
 
 

ANN: RealThinClient SDK 1.9 > SSL support using 3rd-Party plug-ins

Post by Henrick He » Sun, 11 Jun 2006 10:01:02


I would like to stress that the integration code really is extremely
simple. It is contained in one small unit it took us little less than an
afternoon to complete. This means that if you know how StreamSec Tools
2.1 works and how RTC SDK works, you can very easily see how the plugin
makes them work together.