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Old 29.07.2018, 22:45
latot latot is offline
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Default connection problem with mega.co.nz without ssl

Hi, i had this problem https://board.jdownloader.org/showthread.php?t=78231

As the thread says if we enable the ssl connection the problem is fixed, but for some reason if we don't have it enable actually mega fails (not always)...

This can be related with this other issue i opened

But how is from a proxy i don't get the error message, but still i think jd2 should recognize the errors from proxys, in the end can be other thing to fix.

So, why is failing download without ssl?

More logs, seems we like logs : 29.07.18 14.13.08 <--> 29.07.18 17.39.44 jdlog://7744164433151/

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Old 30.07.2018, 17:09
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You have the same *java.net.SocketException: Connection reset* issues as in the other thread and it looks like either Firewall/AV/ISP issue. SSL might prevent ISP *intercepting* the request and I guess that's why it works with SSL enabled.

with next update, ssl will be default enabled
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Old 31.07.2018, 05:24
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Okis, Thx!
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Old 31.07.2018, 07:17
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If there isn't any disadvantage from enabling SSL, I think is the right to do.
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