SSLv3 support in Syncrify
SSLv3 is almost an obsolete and insecure protocol. However, if experiencing SSL errors when connecting from a client that is running on an older operating system, you may have to enable this protocol by using the following steps:
- Locate $INSTALL_DIR\config folder. Typically, this path is set to
on Windows and
/opt/Syncrify/config on Linux.
- Create or modify a text file called server.properties
- Add the following line at the end of the file
- Save the file
- Restart Syncrify
What is SSLv2Hello
'SSLv2Hello' is a pseudo-protocol which allows Syncrify to initiate the handshake with an SSLv2 'hello message'. This does not cause use of the SSLv2 protocol, which is not supported at all.