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Yes, this certificate looks suspicious. It might be that somebody is messing with your network and trying man-in-the-middle attacks. Please check if other hosts in the network are affected too. If no other host is affected try to find out when exactly you get this message, that is which host gets accessed in this case. It might also be that there is a ...
Due to this ... just type ttytter and hit enter on terminal The command you used to connect is wrong, you need to add the -ssl option. If ttytter is started at first time, it tries to authorize by OAuth and requires ssl (source). You need to use ttytter for command line tweets like this: ttytter -ssl "hello"
If you try your cipher string with openssl ciphers -V cipher-string until you get similar errors. ... ssl on my 12.04 VPS 12.04 ships with OpenSSL 1.0.1 SSLCipherSuite ...+TLSv1:+TLSv1.1:+TLSv1.2:... +TLSv1.1:+TLSv1.2 is not supported in 1.0.1 yet. If you remove these settings everything should succeed. Apart from that I question the quality of ...
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