[openssl-users] Openssl not sending "client hello" request

Felix Rubio Dalmau felix at kngnt.org
Sat Jan 2 13:48:51 UTC 2016

And Kurt... you were right. When setting a pixelserver to do DNS-level ad-blocking, I set up a loopback interfaces (It should have been So... yes as github is 192.30... everything was directed to loopback iface, and my apache server was the one answering :S

Thank you for making me think!


On Wednesday, 30 December 2015 14:08:19 CET Kurt Roeckx wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 29, 2015 at 08:35:49PM +0100, Felix Rubio Dalmau wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > 
> > 	I  have been searching for some time for a solution and I can not manage to 
> > solve my problem. I have a computer that can not connect to some sites, e.g. 
> > github, by using openssl. I am running a debian testing with all the updates 
> > available as of today, and libssl used is v1.0.2. If I execute:
> > 
> > > openssl s_client -connect github.com:443
> The trace file you attached, which claims to go github.com:443,
> did send a Client Hello.  However the reply is a plain text
> "400 Bad Request".  It looks like you connected to port 80 and not
> 443 for some reason.  I suspect something is broken in your network.
> Kurt

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