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Add TLS1.3 Support (draft 28) ("Secure connection failed" error on amtrak.com) #2155

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vbagirov opened this issue Mar 27, 2018 · 7 comments
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@vbagirov vbagirov commented Mar 27, 2018

Steps to reproduce

  1. Open Firefox browser
  2. Go to amtrak.com

Expected behavior

The website opens

Actual behavior

"Secure Connection Failed" error

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Firefox 59.0.1
Windows 10, AdGuard 6.3.871.3017

Relevant forum thread https://forum.adguard.com/index.php?threads/28363/

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@vozersky vozersky commented Mar 27, 2018

reproduced on macOS as well

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@vbagirov vbagirov commented Mar 27, 2018

Just to clarify: doesn't seem to get reproduced in other browsers.

@vozersky vozersky added this to the 6.3 milestone Mar 29, 2018
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@adbuker adbuker commented Mar 30, 2018

as a fix, we can add amtrak.com to the https-exclusions list.

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@confessor-adguard confessor-adguard commented Apr 23, 2018

It still doesn't work even without AdGuard.
So nothing to do here for us.

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@vozersky vozersky commented May 24, 2018

it works if you disable the service, not just stop the protection.
HTTPS filtering exclusion helps as well, yep
Could this be a firefox bug?

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@BooBerry BooBerry commented May 24, 2018

Very odd issue indeed. I can reproduce it and it is caused by AdGuard for Windows/Mac.

I have a portable Firefox that's not filtered by AG for Windows (and has been added to AG for Windows' exclude app in advanced settings so it's not filtered by AG for Windows at all) and the page loads up fine. In my main Firefox install that AG for Windows filters, it doesn't load (secure connection error).

Adding amtrak.com to the HTTPS exclusions does work, but I'm wondering if there's some other bug/issue here.

@adbuker adbuker changed the title "Secure connection failed" error on amtrak.com Add TLS1.3 Support (draft 28) ("Secure connection failed" error on amtrak.com) May 29, 2018
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@adbuker adbuker commented May 29, 2018

resolved in PRs:

  1. nfsdk/pull-requests/14
  2. adguard-windows/pull-requests/115
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