We would like tu use Confluence with 256 bit SSL certificate.
When try to connect to Confluence https://localhost:8443 with firefox we get this error message.
A secure connection failed
An error occurred during a connection to localhost: 8443. You can not communicate securely with peer: no common encryption algorithm. (Code ssl_error_no_cypher_overlap)
The page you are trying not shown because the authenticity of the received data could not be verified.
Could you help me how can we use Confluence with 256 bit SSL certificate
|Affects Version/s||5.5.3, 5.6.5|
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The error you are seeing happens when the browser is unable to agree on a way of talking to the server. Sometimes this is because people have turned off some levels of ssl support in the browser (often for security - it's usually the less secure protocols that they turn off), but sometimes it's genuinely because a server certificate does not support the methods the browser has.
To fix this, you'll need to
I actually suspect the problem is the browser support though. 256 bits is WAY too low and my guess is that your browser has rightly dropped support for it. You should really be looking at 2048 bits as a minimum nowadays.
Hi Alfa Beta,
I answered a question related to this topic yesterday. You can check it on this link to see the Willian's suggestion as well.
If the problem is related to Firefox, you can try the steps below:
Enable support for 40-bit RSA encryption in the Firefox Browser:
1: enter 'about:config' in Browser Address bar
2: find/select "security.ssl3.rsa_rc4_40_md5"
3: set boolean to TRUE
Once this is done, when the Welcome screen is manually refreshed, a screen requiring the user
to register the Certificate Exception will come up, where the Error message had been before.
Once the Exception is registered, the Welcome screen, and other Report screens will display
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