Listen to HTTPS data opening a new session for each user using TIdHTTPServer on the daemnoise code i am providing or on your's if it run as standalone process, a daemon on Linux. Short Ex: [url removed, login to view](... if([url removed, login to view]['Login'] = 'MyLogin') then [url removed, login to view](... My daemnoise code uses the sleep() function. I think when this func is running, the process loses connection requests because it's sleeping. In the case of this afirmation is true, my code will not help... but... it's simple to solve. Second Phase: No HTTPS anymore, just HTTP. For the opened sessions on phase one, this application will now stay in the midle of another server and the client. The client will receive data from another server "thinking" he received from this server. The other server is a simple TIdHTTPServer too who will execute at the end "[url removed, login to view] = MyStringResponse;" Remember you cannot redirect socket. The client must receive data "Thinking" that it came from here. I think a simple packet redirect will solve. An "ACK" redirect maybe. But it is for the opened sessions only. I am open for suggestions on implementention.
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It must run on RedHat Linux, but don't worry... it's for delphi Linux (Kylix). So, you can do it with delphi. I am providing the daemnoise code where you will satrt working on. You will use TIdHTTPServer. For C++ coders we can think about it. Easy isn't?