Peer rejected timestamp of our OAuth request although servers are on the same machine.

JIRA and FishEye appear to lose app-link connection randomly. Restarting JIRA appears to fix this issue temporarily. Trying to figure out what the issue could be as both JIRA and Fisheye/Crucible are on the same machine. Any ideas?

The exact error is:

"Peer rejected the timestamp on our OAuth request. This might be due to a replay attack, but its more likely our system clock is not synchronized with the server's clock."

 

JIRA 6.4.13

Fisheye/Cruc - 3.3.2

 

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Do you have any antivirus or network analyzer/checker software that can harm the connection?

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No I do not.

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Could this be potentially a result of our internal Jira/Fisheye system times being about an hour behind the actual worlds time?

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