Monthly Archives: April 2013

SSL renegotiation – all’s well that ends well

In “SSL renegotiation – a never-ending story?” I introduced you to problems with Apache’s httpd version 2.2.12 from SLES11SP2, where under certain conditions the server aborts the SSL renegotiation and the client then either appears to hang or reports an … Continue reading

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BWS “Google sitemap” plug-in for WordPress: Changed behavior

Another quick one: This site is using the “Google sitemap” plug-in from BWS, which is really helpful when using Google’s tools for webmasters. Earlier versions needed you to manually refresh the site map file when adding articles, but some time … Continue reading

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SSL renegotiation – a never-ending story?

Recently, I wrote about SSL renegotiation problems caused by large requests. Unfortunately, this doesn’t cover the whole problem, which re-surfaced with the dreaded “Re-negotiation handshake failed: Not accepted by client!?” message in Apache’s error log. In our case, this error … Continue reading

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