We could tap into more of the crypto functions of MSCryptAPI which would
allow programs written in squeak for windows at least to be certifiable.
As an update I'm writing the TLS/ssl interface for Squeak. It's moving
along very nicely. I point a browser to squeak and so far I've been able to
read and parse the client hello (ssl 2.0, ssl 3.0, tls 1.0 and tls1.2), to
select a security suite for communication, to send back a server hello, and
now I'm working on the certificate management part. The cryptoAPI stuff is
working nicely with FFI. The FFI stuff is hit and miss but I should be able
to get though it within a few more days.