Is there a proxy (or other solution) that can allow vintage browsers (before HTTPS era - with no or weak SSL/TLS support) to connect with HTTPS websites?
In other words:
old browser <-- http connection --> client (local) proxy <-- HTTPS connection --> any internet web page
(browser sends http page request to local proxy, it sends HTTPS request, and after receiving HTTPS response/page, proxy returns that to browser in unencrypted http)
Simple example configurations for such proxies are welcomed as well.
Is the TLS_termination_proxy (https://serverfault.com/questions/943649/https-http-lightweight-proxy) what I'm looking for (or is it only for servers)?
I have started checking the proxies from TLS_termination_proxy list (archived list 1, 2) (Nginx, stunnel, Hiawatha, Caddy, Apache and Squid) for Windows.
Nginx seems to be able to do that. stunnel is
only for 64-bit (there are 32-bit builds too).