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I can access it fine with Firefox from the same laptop and OS. Since we are not able to apply the countermeasure to all of the remaining Opera 12 installations (and it also does not support TLS_FALLBACK_SCSV), we have remotely turned off SSLv3. Hope someone finds the above table useful. Note, that RFC 5246 does not cover all possibilities of TLS 1.2. have a peek here

How dare you not appreciate the hard-work that the staff puts into this site everyday! Chrome, is my choice at the moment, but it's far from perfect. My System Specs Computer type Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number ASUS OS Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1 CPU AMD C-60 APU with Radeon(tm) HD Graphics Chrome, is my choice at the moment, but it's far from perfect.

It may not help you in solving any issue but would provide useful pointers. Both validate the certificate under Windows XP but report connection errors under OSX and Windows 2008 R2. Reply Raj says: March 11, 2015 at 4:48 pm Hi, How do you fix #40 (Handshake fatal error)? Apple disclaims any and all liability for the acts, omissions and conduct of any third parties in connection with or related to your use of the site.

Attention to Telemetry updates 'preview' for Win 7 / 8.1 [Microsoft] by chachazz267. remote deactivation...explains it ! Check. Yeah, I've noticed this every once in a while.

Please enter a reason Report or Cancel Are you sure you want to delete this post? but if i edit there url to "https://" sites open normally. IE, well it's just useless. http://opera-linux.opera.narkive.com/P7lMhpgs/secure-connection-fatal-error-49 If you are behind a firewall on a Local Area Network and think this may be causing problems, talk to your systems administrator.

You may wanna take up this question in the Certificates discussion forums of Microsoft. @Craig I couldn't agree with you more. Since we are not able to apply the countermeasure to all of the remaining Opera 12 installations (and it also does not support TLS_FALLBACK_SCSV), we have remotely turned off SSLv3. Questioning the pure motives of the staff will get you nowhere. .....Aliens Quote • Ignore user SirMarth01 posted 4 years ago - 16 posts in total I've been getting this error Opera complains: Secure connection: fatal error (552) https://www.example.com/ Opera was not able to connect to the server, because the server does not communicate via any secure protocol known to Opera.

Untrusted Connection I would have to add a certificate exception. How dare you not appreciate how the staff interacts with the community on a daily basis?!You need to stop being so selfish and start having some loyalty to Playfire. How can I find out what SSL features old browsers don't support, which my site relies on? The numbers especially, play a trivial role in understanding the problem/failure with the SSL/TLS handshake.

Now you only need to read this Post for Server 2008 & 2011: http://www.techieshelp.com/how-to-enable-ssl-3-0-server-2008-sbs-2008 Greets Carsten Reply Kaushal Kumar Panday says: September 2, 2014 at 6:46 am Hi Carsten, Thanks for navigate here yeah me too.. This is always fatal. 48 unknown_ca Received a valid certificate chain or partial chain, but the certificate was not accepted because the CA certificate could not be located or could not May I ask why?

Quote • Ignore user G13 posted 4 years ago - 800 posts in total Quote: Originally posted by pecan50 Who the hell do you think you are?! The Windows SChannel error state is 960.) thank in advance Reply Kaushal Kumar Panday says: July 7, 2015 at 5:22 am @George In this case I will gather a TCP dump Reply Kaushal Kumar Panday says: July 27, 2015 at 1:56 am @Mark, 49 for a File server sounds tricky. Check This Out Questioning the pure motives of the staff will get you nowhere.

X501U Memory 4.00 GB Graphics Card AMD Radeon HD 6290 Graphics Sound Card (1) AMD High Definition Audio Device (2) Realtek High Defi Screen Resolution 1366 x 768 x 32 bits This is a server setup issue, where the server gets a validity stamp (OCSP) for the certificate, and sends this stamp with the certificate. If the user cancels an operation after the handshake is complete, just closing the connection by sending a close_notify is more appropriate.

So my only tip would be to start from scratch if things are too strange and searching for an error takes more time than just starting over.

One case where this would be appropriate would be where a server has spawned a process to satisfy a request; the process might receive security parameters (key length, authentication, and so I'm using Opera 12.16 on Ubuntu and there must have something changed related to the SSL handling. Reply Kaushal Kumar Panday says: July 3, 2014 at 1:44 am @Anders The description is really not helping me to provide you any suggestions. Reply Kaushal Kumar Panday says: January 19, 2014 at 6:10 pm Could you provide more detail?

Reply Paul Lindsey says: November 5, 2015 at 8:01 am Hi, anyone ever seen lots of 70 errors on an Exchange 2010 CAS? This is a fatal error. 42 bad_certificate There is a problem with the certificate, for example, a certificate is corrupt, or a certificate contains signatures that cannot be verified. 43 unsupported_certificate Which residential routers are fast and secure with continued updates? [Networking] by WhyADuck464. this contact form more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed

The site on your server to which the other server connects to should have a SSL cert I believe. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. Why can't the truth be black and white in networking?? [Networking] by aefstoggaflm355. Mele20's problem is probably that sans.org uses an SSL certificate verified by the USERTRUST Network.

IE, well it's just useless. Check that the setup of any internet security software is correct and does not interfere with ordinary web browsing. I've just "mv"ed a 49GB directory to a bad file path, is it possible to restore the original state of the files? This message is always a warning. 255 unsupported_extension There were few articles that I found while searching that contain additional alert codes.

More info : Security changes in Opera 25; the poodle attacks - Opera Security - Opera Software So you could try with another browser for the time being or try and I had tried IE6 there earlier and it gets a 404 error (not the SANS 404 error that I get on IE8 which is different) which is NOT the error it Try running OpenPortsView Start Opera then run the program - run as admin. Quote • Ignore user G13 posted 4 years ago - 800 posts in total Quote: Originally posted by SirMarth01 I've been getting this error all day today.

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Alert Messages enum { warning(1), fatal(2), (255) } AlertLevel; enum { close_notify(0), unexpected_message(10), bad_record_mac(20), decryption_failed_RESERVED(21), record_overflow(22), decompression_failure(30), handshake_failure(40), no_certificate_RESERVED(41), bad_certificate(42), Equivalent for "Crowd" in the context of machines What does the "variable //= a value" syntax mean in Python? Thanks. nope i use firefox ^_^ Quote • Ignore user Luci85 posted 4 years ago - 2,090 posts in total Quote: Originally posted by dragon_blade nope i use firefox ^_^ OT: Try

Why not try a newer version?