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Hello

 

I get the sync wheel turning for ever and then an error "An SSL error has occured and a secure connection to the server cannot be made"

 

This is not specific to version 6 (Mac) since it has been going on for a few days since before the update.

 

All notes are synced though.

 

Version: Evernote Mac 6.0.1 (451119)
Locale: en-FR
OS: 10.10.1
WebKit: 600.1.25
WebCore: 600.1.25
Mac Model: iMac12,1
CPU Type: Intel
CPU Count: 4
CPU Speed: 2.700000 GHz
RAM: 16.000000 GB
Date: 2014-11-24 14:51:13 +0000
 
TTransportException: Could not make HTTP request
  userInfo = {
    error = "Error Domain=NSURLErrorDomain Code=-1005 \"The network connection was lost.\" UserInfo=0x6180004e1580 {NSUnderlyingError=0x60000024e5b0 \"The network connection was lost.\", NSErrorFailingURLStringKey=https://www. evernote.com/shard/s53/notestore, NSErrorFailingURLKey=https://www. evernote.com/shard/s53/notestore, NSLocalizedDescription=The network connection was lost.}";
}
 
Many thanks for your help

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I get the sync wheel turning for ever and then an error "An SSL error has occured and a secure connection to the server cannot be made"

 

This is not specific to version 6 (Mac) since it has been going on for a few days since before the update.

 

All notes are synced though.

 

Version: Evernote Mac 6.0.1 (451119)
Locale: en-FR
OS: 10.10.1
. . .

 

 

I assume you have done the usual troubleshooting steps of restarting your Mac and reinstalling the Evernote app.

I also note that you are running the latest Mac OS, 10.10.1, so you should have all of Apples updates to address the Poodle SSL 3.0 issue.

 

So, all I can suggest at this point is to Submit a BUG report via an EN Support Ticket. In the Support Form, select "Report a bug, crash, or data lost", and start the Ticket Title with "BUG:  " to make it clear.  Reporting a bug should be available to all users, including Free Account owners.

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Hello

 

OK I got through to support, my fault, I was not receiving mails correctly.

The issue itself seems to be closing (thankfully) since sync is coming back to normal for me on the Mac.

 

However, I am wondering if there could be security implications here.

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The fact a secure connection could not be made prevented a sync,  so I don't see any security issues ..unless I'm missing something?

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