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Author icordasc
Recipients Lukasa, alex, christian.heimes, demian.brecht, dstufft, giampaolo.rodola, icordasc, janssen, lac, nagle, pitrou
Date 2015-02-24.16:15:54
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So requests is running into this issue as well (see:, With the specific code in Cory Benfield's comment (see: and the certificate file that requests 2.5.2 used (see:, raw: we can reproduce a similar problem on all versions of Python.

At the moment, we're investigating the possibility that it has to do with cross-signed certificates (see: We have a number of servers that we can reproduce this against and it is not reproducible using openssl s_client which means it is an issue with how Python has written its openssl compatibility layer.
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