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SSLV3_ALERT_UNEXPECTED_MESSAGE means that the server is responding with incorrect TLS data. That's usually the case when the port on the server is HTTP instead of HTTPS. It's also possible that the server does not like the SNI header (Server Name Indication) and closes the connection incorrectly.

By the way unverified context is insecure and should not be used in production. I assume that you are using an unverified context because hostnames with a trailing dot are not supported by OpenSSL, see #31997 and #40306.
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