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Posted: 11/05/2013 04:12:47
by Vsevolod Ievgiienko (EldoS Corp.)

Because it looks as though server thread is a wrapper for the .NET TCP Client class.

Not sure I understood this part of the question. The sample uses TcpListener class internally, but doesn't use any TCP Client classes.
Posted: 11/05/2013 04:14:31
by Jamie Taylor (Basic support level)
Joined: 10/24/2013
Posts: 17

I guess that he meant TcpListener then. But the question still stands.
Posted: 11/05/2013 04:16:51
by Vsevolod Ievgiienko (EldoS Corp.)

According to MSDN this class is supported in all .NET versions. What is the problem?
Posted: 11/08/2013 09:58:52
by Eugene Mayevski (EldoS Corp.)

Jamie Taylor wrote:
Is this related to the fact that we are running Visual Studio 2008? Because it looks as though server thread is a wrapper for the .NET TCP Client class. If this is so, then our TLS 1.2 certificate will not work.

This part makes no sense at all. First, we have our own TLS engine which has nothing to do with Visual Studio versions of .NET version. Next, there's no such thing as "TLS 1.2 certificate" in universe. X.509 certificates are *used by* SSL/TLS, but they are not part of the protocol (TLS supports other authentication methods). Maybe he was talking about ECDSA algorithm used in the certificate - indeed cipher suites supporting ECDSA appeared in TLS 1.2 IIRC. But then again TLS 1.2 and ECDSA (including ECDSA ciphersuites) are supported in SecureBlackbox.

Sincerely yours
Eugene Mayevski



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