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V71 SSL_ERROR_HANDSHAKE_FAILURE_ALERT but no mention of changes to SSL system.

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So looking at the at the change logs for v71 I do not see any notes to changes to the Client SSL system. But when we access an internal website that uses Client SSL for login controls. We get an SSL_ERROR_HANDSHAKE_FAILURE_ALERT error.

If we roll back to v70 of fix fox we do not get this error. Was bug missing or am i missing something in the change log.

So looking at the at the change logs for v71 I do not see any notes to changes to the Client SSL system. But when we access an internal website that uses Client SSL for login controls. We get an SSL_ERROR_HANDSHAKE_FAILURE_ALERT error. If we roll back to v70 of fix fox we do not get this error. Was bug missing or am i missing something in the change log.
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crankygoat
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I don't see anything in the release notes either, but some security fixes are referenced in Bugzilla which one cannot view without registering an account.

You may wish to try packet capture while trying to access your internal domain (with Wireshark, for example) to see what is happening, and file a bug report with what you discover.

Anything else i can think of (correct time settings, cached expired certs) should not depend on the browser version, one would think.

I don't see anything in the release notes either, but some security fixes are referenced in Bugzilla which one cannot view without registering an account. You may wish to try packet capture while trying to access your internal domain (with Wireshark, for example) to see what is happening, and file a bug report with what you discover. Anything else i can think of (correct time settings, cached expired certs) should not depend on the browser version, one would think.
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While playing i did notice that in v70 and older i can view the client SSL without problem, but v71 give's an error. Deleting the SSL and re importing it does not have any affect.

I'll open up a Bugzilla

While playing i did notice that in v70 and older i can view the client SSL without problem, but v71 give's an error. Deleting the SSL and re importing it does not have any affect. I'll open up a Bugzilla

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Roland Tanglao
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Hi Pyromanci

Did you end up filing your bug in bugzilla? I did a search on "SSL_ERROR_HANDSHAKE_FAILURE_ALERT" and didn't find any new bugs.

Please post a link to your bug when you do file it\.

Cheers!

...Roland

Hi Pyromanci Did you end up filing your bug in bugzilla? I did a search on "SSL_ERROR_HANDSHAKE_FAILURE_ALERT" and didn't find any new bugs. Please post a link to your bug when you do file it\. Cheers! ...Roland
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