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Old Unix and Linux 01-05-2016   -   Original Discussion by phanidhar6039
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Recently we have patched our server to the highest level after which our application running on that server is having an issue with ssl handshake as below between 2 hosts. same error is also generated when checked from other host.

 Invalid/unknown SSL header was received from peer remote hostname  - < remote ip address> during SSL handshake

So the application team has asked us to roll back the changes.

we are running SUSE LINUX 11.3

so could any one let me know how can we resolve the ssl error or perform rollback to same state before applying patches.

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Old Unix and Linux 01-05-2016   -   Original Discussion by phanidhar6039
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I would ask the SuSE support...
It is probably related to their decision to (back-)port new incompatible code to their OpenSSL 0.9.8j
Manual backout per server:

rpm -q openssl

Download the required (older) openssl package,
install with

rpm --oldpackage -Uvh /path/to/openssl.rpm
rpm -q openssl

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