Bugs item #1606158, was opened at 2006-11-30 13:43
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Category: ssl
Group: 2.0.0 beta 5
Status: Open
Resolution: None
Priority: 5
Private: No
Submitted By: joshua (millerjoshua)
Assigned to: Nathan Walp (faceprint)
Summary: Jabber fails with self-signed SSL certificate

Initial Comment:
Gaim Version:  2.0.0 Beta 5
OS:            MS Windows XP SP2

When attempting to connect to a Jive server 
(http://www.jivesoftware.org/wildfire/) using Gaim 2.0 Beta 5 using SSL and the 
server is using a self-signed certificate the client fails to connect with the 
following error message:

  SSL handshake failed.

Note 1: this is not the self-signed certificate that comes with the Jive 
server, this is a certificate that we have generated in-house with a CA we use 
internally.

Note 2: SSL works when using the default SSL certs that ship with the Jive 
server, ie, not self-signed.

Note 3: when I use Kopete to connect to this same server with the same 
credentials, the Kopete client prompts me to accept a self-signed certificate 
before connecting (from a linux host).

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Comment By: Cristiano da Cunha Duarte (cunha17)
Date: 2007-02-15 13:55

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This happened to me too.
[quote]What does the debug log (Help->Debug Window) say when you try to
connect?[/quote]
The same message is displayed on Help->Debug Window or gaim -d.

My debug messages follow:
(...)
proxy: Connecting to jabber.mydomain:5223 with no proxy
proxy: Connection in progress
proxy: Connected.
nss: Handshake failed -12286
account: Disconnecting account 0x93f24e8
connection: Disconnecting connection 0x9785c78
connection: Destroying connection 0x9785c78
(...)

The line "nss: ..." is in red color.

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Comment By: Philip Aston (philipa)
Date: 2006-12-18 12:47

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Broken for me too. Gaim 2.0.0Beta 5, Windows XP SP2. Reverting back to
1.5.

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Comment By: joshua (millerjoshua)
Date: 2006-11-30 21:51

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The debug log follows:

account: Connecting to account <user>@<server>/Gaim
connection: Connecting. gc = 02D34C58
dnsquery: Performing DNS lookup for <server>
dnsquery: IP resolved for <server>
proxy: Attempting connection to <IP address>
proxy: Connecting to <server>:5223 with no proxy
proxy: Connection in progress
proxy: Connected.
nss: Handshake failed -12286
account: Disconnecting account 00C62530
connection: Disconnecting connection 02D34C58
connection: Destroying connection 02D34C58
util: Writing file accounts.xml to directory C:\Documents and
Settings\<user>\Application Data\.gaim

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Comment By: Daniel Atallah (datallah)
Date: 2006-11-30 19:39

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What does the debug log (Help->Debug Window) say when you try to connect?

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