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I have a Windows web service application running on HTTP, no HTTPS support. Can someone recommend some lightweight HTTPS reverse proxy in front of it, so connections to it from the outside can go through HTTPS?

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One of the most light-weight tools to SSL enable a http, or other, service is stunnel.

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Totally worthy. It's a good fit. – sysadmin1138 Sep 21 '10 at 16:47

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