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avoid SSL/TLS problem with recent vSphere 6.7 release #2365

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@kalos kalos commented Jul 11, 2018

TLSv1 is unsupported in recent vSphere.
Using '_create_unverified_context' for create correct context.

This resolve #2318

TLSv1 is unsupported in recent vSphere.
Using '_create_unverified_context' for create correct context.
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Coverage increased (+0.004%) to 61.953% when pulling 7aed60d on kalos:master into c41c7c5 on cuckoosandbox:master.

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@jbremer jbremer commented Jul 6, 2019

This has been manually merged into the 2.0.7 release, thanks!

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