Error writing data to TLS socket: The specified session has been invalidated for some reason.
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Sat Jan 19 01:45:24 UTC 2019
I just installed for surf and epiphany. I tested with my own websites that are using letsencrypt certificates.
Indeed, both browsers are broken, in the case of epiphany, I couldn’t even download the http version w/o an error, as it still tried pulling an external resource using https.
However, I doubt that the issue is with gnutls: I used both aria2 +gnutls+sqlite3 (my default build) and curl +gnutls to pull down two of my https home pages as well as gitHub.com/macports/ w/o any issues.
The ABI for gnutls 3.6.x is a superset of version 3.5.x, no previous symbols have been removed or modified, only new functionality has been added:
> On Jan 18, 2019, at 6:08 PM, Ken Cunningham <ken.cunningham.webuse at gmail.com> wrote:
> I’m not sure which port is causing this error I’m seeing since recent updates.
> To see it, use something like epiphany or surf
> surf www.github.com
> epiphany www.github.com
> I think the error is in gnutls, maybe in libidn2?
> I’m narrowing it down to perhaps the srp authentication module, but I’m out of my depth to an extent.
> i’m not sure yet if it’s a MacPorts thing, or some new bug that slipped into gnutls.
> Anyway, it seems to stop the use of things that use gnutls against some authenticating websites.
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