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I have gPrecise Ubuntu server that has openssl 1.0.1 installed . When I try to connect to my other apache server with version 2.2.14 and openssl 0.9.8 installed , i get the below error :

:/etc/ssl# openssl s_client -connect soaprod.corp.google.com:4444 CONNECTED(00000003)

140705541154464:error:140773E8:SSL routines:SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:reason(1000):s23_clnt.c:724:

no peer certificate available

No client certificate CA names sent

SSL handshake has read 7 bytes and written 225 bytes

New, (NONE), Cipher is (NONE) Secure Renegotiation IS NOT supported Compression: NONE

Expansion: NONE

But if I use -tls1 or -ssl3 switch , it works fine . It seems openssl 1.0.1 is using TLSV1.1 and we need to disable it . Can you please tell how can we disable it.

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I think you have this backward: You need to enable it on the other end, by bringing it up to date. –  Michael Hampton Feb 27 at 2:19
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I'm used to nginx configs, but I think you need specify protocols and cyphers in your apache config.

The following is an excerpt that is incorrect, just modify it for your purposes:

Next, open your httpd.conf or ssl.conf file and search for the SSLCipherSuite directive. If you can’t find it anywhere, you can just add it, otherwise, replace it with the following:

SSLProtocol -ALL +SSLv3 +TLSv1

You can tweak the directive by following themod_ssl documentation.

Taken from here: http://www.sslshopper.com/article-how-to-disable-weak-ciphers-and-ssl-2.0-in-apache.html

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Hi Ace , I tried doing that , but that also did not work . Other question is at this point I am not using apache service and use only openssl command , but that did not work –  vis Feb 27 at 22:19
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