Bug#499945: Segfault in asn1_get_tag_der().
kurt at roeckx.be
Wed Sep 24 17:04:53 UTC 2008
On Wed, Sep 24, 2008 at 12:07:09PM +0200, Simon Josefsson wrote:
> Kurt Roeckx <kurt at roeckx.be> writes:
> > When I run "lynx https://acrobat.com", I end up with a segfault. The
> > backtrace looks like:
> The server seems somewhat broken, I can't connect using 'gnutls-cli'
> unless I force SSL3.0, and even then I just get a lot of Java JSP errors
> back from the server, and then it shuts down the connection without
> sending a TLS shutdown alert.
I can perfectly use it with openssl s_client using TLS1.0 and SSL3. Both
produce the same output that looks like a normal http reply. But it's
also showing an "read:errno=0" on stder for both. I think it's still
expecting 5 bytes.
When using gnutls-cli with TLS the connection already gets dropped after
the first thing I send, even if I need to send something else before the
web server is supposed to reply. So I think the other end atleast thinks
there is some protocol error and closes the connection.
When using gnutls-cli with SSL3 I get the same output as openssl's
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