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Unfortunately, the error you are getting suggests a system specific issue. Even just reinstalling IE6 might help there.
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IE6 should still be able to access classicube.net, although may have to enable 'Use TLS 1.0' in Tools -> Internet Options -> Advanced -> Security first.

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15 hours ago, UnknownShadow200 said:

Unfortunately, the error you are getting suggests a system specific issue. Even just reinstalling IE6 might help there.
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IE6 should still be able to access classicube.net, although may have to enable 'Use TLS 1.0' in Tools -> Internet Options -> Advanced -> Security first.

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i can access the page, but now it just says "error info: .". That's it. A DOT.

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On 12/22/2020 at 6:12 AM, bbsinternet said:

i can access the page, but now it just says "error info: .". That's it. A DOT.

Alas I don't know how that can happen, so I have implemented an alternative in the latest dev build.

If you download http://cs.classicube.net/c_client/latest/ClassiCube.exe and add http-no-https=True into options.txt, the game should now be able to login. (Although enabling this option means your account password is now sent across the network unencrypted)

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The chance of getting a modern SSL connection with Win-XP's built in SSL libraries is pretty low.

For classicube.net's SSL you need:

  1. TLS1.0 or higher; this probably needs to be turned on by default (A regedit setting)
  2. SHA256 for your certificate ... I don't think Microsoft ever did this on pre Windows-7
  3. SNI compatibility?

The second one needs specific updates to be downloaded and even on W7 it's temperamental, fragile and reportedly incomplete. So even though SSLlabs says the protocol is compatible, I think you'll find the connection will fail.

I think Cloudflare requires SNI though ssllabs doesn't mention this; if it does you're stuck too.

Using the OpenSSL or similar libraries would work on old windows, but that's likely a major change.

Using an Stunnel proxy at the client end might work though. 

 

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