On Sunday, 12 April 2020, Mau wrote and made these points on the
subject of "TLS Handshake and Certificate problems":
M> Hello Assad,
>> Maxim wrote this in the list of changes in version 9.1.10:
>> [-] The Bat! did require "Key Encipherment" or "Key Agreement" in
>> "Key Usage" certificate attribute for TLS even if the certificate
>> was only used to sign ephemeral keys to provide perfect forward
>> secrecy. If a server only supports perfect forward secrecy TLS
>> cipher suites, the certificate used by this server may have no
>> "Key Encipherment" or "Key Agreement" in the "Key Usage"
M> I wish I could understand what all that means, sounds "like Chinese"
M> to me.
I don't understand either but since this version, I no longer get
the TLS error. I suppose Maxim wanted to say he fixed the
Using The Bat! Version 9.1.12 (64-bit)
under Windows 10.0 Build 18363
Processor: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X | Installed Physical Memory: 16.0 GB
Current version is 8.0.18 | 'Using TBUDL' information: