Why use an old GNUTLS?
sdl.web at gmail.com
Sun Sep 16 11:53:10 UTC 2007
I found some problems with gnutls-1.4.5-2.fc7. One of them has caused an
Emacs package Gnus to fail to retrieve emails via pop. I don't know if
the bug has been fixed in latest GNUTLS 2.0 but version 1.4.5 is so old
and many bugs have been fixed. Is there a reason to stick to an old
GNUTLS? Any plan to fix the bug?
---- " trace of POP session to pop.gmail.com" ----
Connecting to '18.104.22.168:995'...
- Certificate type: X.509
- Got a certificate list of 1 certificates.
- Certificate info:
# The hostname in the certificate matches 'pop.gmail.com'.
# valid since: Tue Nov 15 21:22:44 GMT 2005
# expires at: Fri Nov 16 21:22:44 GMT 2007
# fingerprint: 59:51:61:89:CD:DD:B2:35:94:BB:44:97:A0:39:D5:B4
# Subject's DN: C=US,ST=California,L=Mountain View,O=Google Inc.,CN=pop.gmail.com
# Issuer's DN: C=US,O=Equifax,OU=Equifax Secure Certificate Authority
- Peer's certificate issuer is unknown
- Peer's certificate is NOT trusted
- Version: TLS 1.0
- Key Exchange: RSA
- Cipher: 3DES 168 CBC
- MAC: SHA
- Compression: NULL
- Handshake was completed
- Simple Client Mode:
+OK Gpop ready for requests from 22.214.171.124 e10pf2134124qbe
*** Fatal error: A TLS packet with unexpected length was received.
*** Server has terminated the connection abnormally.
Process POP finished
---- end ----
.: Leo :. [ sdl.web AT gmail.com ] .: [ GPG Key: 9283AA3F ] :.
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