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sslv3 alert handshake failure

Hi,

I suddenly started getting error when doing a pull from remote repo: error:14077410:SSL routines:SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:sslv3 alert handshake failure

Everything was working well till last night and nothing has been changed. 

Source Tree version: 2.4.80 running on windows 10

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I got it resolve, by uninstalling sourcetree and git also and doing a fresh install of sourcetree with integrated GIT. Please give it a try. 

just tried it and am still getting the same error. Thanks for putting up your solution though!

это не вариант у меня 200 репозиториев

Like suba. senthilkumar likes this

есть решение

надо обновить встроенный GIT

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Спасибо большое, все решилось!

Update Embedded Git worked for me. I didn't understand any of the text but I DID understand the image. Thanks!

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That worked, thanks! I used system Git, which was v 1.x, and switching to Embedded Git, which is 2.x, and updating it helped. It looks like Atlassian changed something in Bit Bucket over the weekend, and it rendered it incompatible with the old Git versions. Probably, upgrading system Git would help too.

Like Pradeep Paneru likes this

Worked here too.  Thanks a ton

Awesome. That worked.

Thanks

Thanks for the solution, solved my problem.

This worked. Thanks!

Same here - thank you!

Thanks! This worked. 

win 7 

I have the same error

fatal: unable to access 'https://***@bitbucket.org/***/***.git/': error:14077410:SSL routines:SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:sslv3 alert handshake failure

I also have the same error. VERY FRUSTRATING

I have used SourceTree for the past 3 - 4 years and had no issues until now. I uninstalled and reinstalled both Git and SourceTree and I still get the same error

Like FinixChang likes this

I managed to fix my issue by

 

 

A. Go to "Tools > Options > Git" and selecting "Use System Git" instead of "Use Embedded Git".

 

how can i go to "Tools" ?

Like Akhil Aggarwal likes this

My similar issue was resolved by re-installing GIT. Due to the system limitation, I had to install GIT version 2.10.0.

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