I need a bit of help. I'm an experianced user of CGI-Proxy and when I try and access an SSL site (on https://) I get this responce:
WARNING: SSL not supported, entering non-anonymous area!
This proxy as installed does not support SSL, i.e. URLs that start with "https://". To support SSL, the proxy administrator needs to install the Net::SSLeay Perl module, and then this proxy will automatically support SSL (the CGIProxy site has more info). In the meantime, any browsing to an "https://" URL will be directly from your browser, and no longer anonymous.
Follow the link below to exit your anonymous browsing session, and continue to the URL non-anonymously.
I know that it is nothing relating to this script as it runs fine on a Windows installation of XAMPP...
The URL of my server I am using: https://10.0.0.3/cgi-bin/nph-m00.cgi/00 ... yahoo.com/ (not accessible without my external ip, SORRY!)
Could this be because the linux version DOES NOT have mod_ssl or net::ssleay?