I keep getting a error message ssl handshake
The SSL handshake is initiated when your browser issues a secure connection request to a Web server. The server sends a public key to your computer, and your computer checks the certificate against a known list of certificate authorities. After accepting the certificate, your computer generates a key, and then encrypts it using the server's public key. If the SSL handshake fails, your connection to the Web server will not be secure, potentially compromising your business communications. If you cannot make a connection to secure sites when the handshake fails, you know the handshake safeguard is working properly. Test your SSL functionality by intentionally causing the handshake to fail.
Other possilbitiy is the SSL is out of date.
Sep 11, 2014 |