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Large stderr.log with bad_certificate(42) errors

Clients are reporting "cannot upload package" error 503 server is busy.

On the server my stderr.log is full of errors like

org.bouncycastle.tls.tsfatalalert: bad_certificate(42)

 

and the orion.log has

failed login due to invalid password for user system_servername

 

Please can someone shed any light on this ?

 

 

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Re: Large stderr.log with bad_certificate(42) errors

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Re: Large stderr.log with bad_certificate(42) errors

The easiest way to fix that is to run IISCrypto on both epo and sql servers, choose best practices (you can disable tls 1.0 if desired), then reboot.  That should resolve those errors.  Once you do that, check the server log for any failed to send http request errors for after the reboot.  Hopefully there should be none.

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