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Well, let me introduce my cryptonark ssl cipher tester I came across this one earlier today working with an old WebSeAL site. After reaching a certain date, you will still be able to get webseal started and listening on port or whatever you set your https-port value to but you will not be able to successfully negotiate an SSL session.
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- git clone error: RPC failed; curl 56 OpenSSL SSL_read: SSL_ERROR_SYSCALL, errno 10054.
- Cannot connect with GnuTLS (OpenSSL is OK) "Decryption has failed" "Bad.
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In today's case, the old WebSEAL instance was using long-expired kdb file with a long expired private key password. Once replaced with the correct, more-up-to-date version, everything worked again. UPDATE March 15, : Since publishing this post two years ago, I have learned that you can see unknown protocol errors for another somewhat common reason.
That in itself might make the issue clearer, or if not we could then compare those values with what the client is sending.
We need to try and work it if it is OpenSSL screwing up in the sending, or Java screwing up in the receiving. Thank for the investigation Matt, BadPaddingException is the root of the problem. It's hot so easy to instrument the Java internal code and may be just impossible.
We'll provide you a feedback about this in a couple of days. It will be great if you try to screw up the sending meantime. If its a BadPaddingException which is slightly surprising because it doesn't quite match the stack trace you posted Vitaliy69 said above that you have tried different ciphersuites, so it seems unlikely that it is the encryption algorithm itself that is wrong.
The most likely cause IMO is that some kind of corruption of the encrypted data is happening in the path between after where the OpenSSL record encryption process occurs and before the Java record decryption process. Other plausible reasons could be some kind of problem with the key or iv, or in the padding generation. We were trying to get Java debug info for the last three days.
No success unfortunately.
Once we use debugging and turn on breakpoints the observer effect comes into play: communication became a bit slower and the problem stops to reproduce. I believe this is the "websphere cannot take empty last extension" issue and is fixed by Closing this issue as a dup of issue Skip to content. Dismiss Join GitHub today GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together.
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Sign up. New issue. Copy link Quote reply. I suppose, OpenSSL has some issue with "mac".
This comment has been minimized. Sign in to view. Full Java stack trace is as follows: javax. Python version: 12b4ed03 I can upload Wireshark capture files if necessary. Adding the missing not operator back fixes the problem on current master. That's a very noisy log.