On 28.10.2012 15:30, vario fox wrote:
> I am sorry, but i'll have to insist :-) I don't believe a
> misconfiguration / trust issue to be the problem.
> It works in the following scenarios: - many recent versions of
> Internet Explorer - many recent versions of Firefox - all versions of
> tortoise svn up to 1.7.6 - cygwin-based svn, Version 1.7.7
> (r1393599) All on at least 10 different computers, some with the
> same, some with other client certificates.
> It does not work with versions of tortoise svn above 1.7.6 on two
> different machines using two different client certificates, neither
> in the GUI nor in the command line mode.
"SSL handshake failed: SSL error: unsupported algorithm nid"
That indicates that your server or a proxy in between uses an
TSVN always uses the latest OpenSSL version with the default build
options. And recent versions of OpenSSL made some changes, including:
* deactivating insecure algorithms (those that have been "broken" lately
or are considered not secure anymore)
* strengthen cert verification, e.g. certs in the chain that worked
before might not work anymore since they're not secure enough
That's all I can tell you.
I only compile OpenSSL and the svn lib, I don't know the code that does
the whole authentication.
Maybe you can get more help on the svn users list or an openssl list.
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Received on 2012-10-29 07:51:56 CET