fulish1


Hi,

I am receiving a SSLHandshakeException starting earlier today. We have had no problems and have been running smoothly for the past couple months on the API. No changes were made from yesterday to today. Please advise. We are running on Java with Axis client. The error is below:

Error: Remote host closed connection during handshake

com.sun.net.ssl.internal.ssl.SSLSocketImpl.readRecord(SSLSocketImpl.java:742)

Has something been changed on the SSL This is occurring when trying to update bids.

Thanks,
Luke



Re: New SSLHandshakeException starting today

nsharma


We are also getting the same exceptions since today morning.

-NS





Re: New SSLHandshakeException starting today

Ludo-R

Same here.

New certificates Or API problem





Re: New SSLHandshakeException starting today

Thai_edmunds

I ran into the same problem.

Is there any solution yet

thanks





Re: New SSLHandshakeException starting today

Marc S

Just like everyone else in this thread, we see the same thing. If we try enough it sometimes gives a different error (presumably due to different servers behind a load balancer), about a cert that we can't verify the authority chain for.

There seems to be a never-ending dance with new non-standard SSL certs. It would help things a lot if MSN just got normal SSL certs like everyone else uses, signed by an authority that all common clients understood, and stuck with them.





Re: New SSLHandshakeException starting today

Orest Bolohan

Same here.

It seems that MSN started playing again with these certificates...

We cannot download the reports and we cannot change the bids.

Anyone from MSN can acknowledge that they are aware of the situation and that "the help is on the way"

Thank you,
Orest




Re: New SSLHandshakeException starting today

fulish1

I assume this is only a problem for java clients. Anyway, has anyone adding new certificates to the keystore (or maybe compared the current certificates with old ones) I don't want to bother trying it if it's not going to work.




Re: New SSLHandshakeException starting today

Orest Bolohan

The problem has been fixed on MSN's side.

Thank you MSN for your prompt action,
Orest