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[05:52] <stellar-slack> I'm having a new problem now with this error from https://test.stellar.org:9002
[05:54] <stellar-slack> I thought this was on my side but find that I can connect on other sites ok with https with this code
[05:55] <stellar-slack> so I'm now thinking it might be due to an upgrade of my openssl that now requires min 768 bit encryption. maybe your site doesn't support this?
[06:01] <stellar-slack> I also note that https://horizon-testnet.stellar.org is working ok
[06:04] <stellar-slack> I'm getting a different error from https://live.stellar.org:9002 not sure it's related
[06:20] <stellar-slack> oh wow you don't need my code, I see the same error message in my firefox browser
[06:36] <stellar-slack> yeah, I got that one too...
[06:36] <stellar-slack> https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1067995
[06:40] <stellar-slack> oh by that it looks like you can at least disable the check. I haven't yet found a work around for it yet
[06:44] <stellar-slack> They should probably just change the ciphers on their side
[06:45] <stellar-slack> yes I think so but not sure how long that will be, it can't be too hard to set something in ruby to get it to work. I don't need that much security for free poker chips
[14:38] <stellar-slack> I found the work around solution for the http://test.stellar.org|test.stellar.org weak key problem
[14:38] <stellar-slack> postdat = RestClient::Resource.new(url, :ssl_ciphers => 'DEFAULT:!DH').post(data)
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