Error: OpenSSL SSL_connect: SSL_ERROR_SYSCALL in connection to

A greeting…
I’m looking for some explanation to a statement that is generated when trying to post to Twitter with the Revive Old Posts plugin:
Error: OpenSSL SSL_connect: SSL_ERROR_SYSCALL in connection to
and after repeating the error let’s say 8 times one is published without error and the error cycle begins.
I can’t get a reference to this error, in this site that handles the SSL topic, it could be that someone is aware of this error and can help me to solve them.
I am already grateful for the attention you can give to this problem.
Greetings and thanks in advance.

Un saludo…
Estoy buscando alguna explicación a una sentencia que se genera al tratar de publicar a Twitter con el complemento Revive Old Posts:
Error: OpenSSL SSL_connect: SSL_ERROR_SYSCALL in connection to
y después de repetir el error digamos 8 veces una es publicada sin error y comienza el ciclo de errores.
No consigo referencia de ese error, en este sitio que maneja el tema SSL puede ser que alguien tenga conocimiento de este error y pueda ayudarme a solucionarlos.
Ya estoy agradecido por la atención que puedan prestarle a este problema.
Saludos y gracias de antemano.

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Perhaps I’m missing it, but could you please explain how this is related to Let’s Encrypt?

Well I explain, I have searched the internet, in various forums, I have consulted the support services of the site, the plugin and Twitter.
As I have no one to turn to I thought that as it is an SSL failure, which is random, for example, 28 shipments 6 go well, you could be aware of that error.

If it is not possible for someone to help, no problem, I will keep looking.
Greetings and thanks for listening, thank you very much …

I think there are better suited sites to try. This Community is mainly for server side configuration issues, specifically for Let’s Encrypt. This is a very general client-side issue and I’m afraid this Community lacks the proper knowledge. But perhaps you’re lucky, who knows :slight_smile:

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