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They are SSA-2(256bit) Encrypted pages.

This page is for TEST SHA256 SSL Certificate.
Test page with SHA-256 signed certificate
Security Communication RootCA2 TEST WEB SITE BY SECOM

Can your Internet Explorer display them ? :)

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At first you must check Internet option 'Use TLS 1.0'.
(and You must install extended kernel v2.3a.)

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It shows the dialog When you access there.

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It is sha1RSA :)

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I can display it :thumbup

Edited by blackwingcat, 25 February 2013 - 03:53 AM.

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No :no:
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Unofficial Service Pack 5.2 for MS Windows 2000 <- use this topic if you need help with UURollup, Update Rollup 2 and other unofficial packages

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Sha2 isn't properly supported and Microsoft realeased a hotfix for XP and windows 2003.
More info there and there.

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It works now :)

But who uses IE6 anyway? Even on my website which is related specifically to Windows 2000 only 3% of users use it.
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I think that it requires that the application which use HttpOpenRequest and so on in wininet.dll when it accesses SHA-2 service. :rolleyes:

It works now :)

But who uses IE6 anyway? Even on my website which is related specifically to Windows 2000 only 3% of users use it.


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I installed the English(v2.4b6) Kernel.  It did fix the SHA-2 issue in IE6.  However, it breaks the IIS service.  When I try to open the IIS Manager, I get the following error: "The specified disk or diskette cannot be accessed".   If I uninstall v2.4b6, IIS works again.   Any recommendation on how I can get IIS to work with v2.4b6 installed?



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I installed the English(v2.4b6) Kernel.  It did fix the SHA-2 issue in IE6.  However, it breaks the IIS service.  When I try to open the IIS Manager, I get the following error: "The specified disk or diskette cannot be accessed".   If I uninstall v2.4b6, IIS works again.   Any recommendation on how I can get IIS to work with v2.4b6 installed?

Did you try also v2.4G b6  ?


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