//echo -a $sslversion * $ssldll * $ssllibdll
If you have OpenSSL dll's in the mIRC folder, it will use them, and the above points to them. If you quit mirc, move them out of the folder, then restart, you should find both filenames pointing to mirc.exe itself and the $sslversion updated to reflect that. v7.64 uses 1.1.1i, which should show as 18.104.22.168, and the newest beta version should show 22.214.171.124 for 1.1.1j
I haven't tested what happens if I find series 1.0.x dll's and put them in the mirc folder.
Edit: my mirc.ini's [ssl] section has the line load=1 in it, so that causes it to load external 1.1.1-series dll's. If the above command shows pointing at mirc.exe itself already, then you can either run the beta to get a newer DLL version, or copy newer 1.1.1-series DLL's into the mirc folder.
Last edited by maroon; 26/03/21 06:38 PM.