Issue with iOS 10.3+ users connecting to server


I have a Meteor/Cordova application hosted in Galaxy, which uses Let’s Encrypt to generate SSL certificates. This has been working great for a long time, but now I am finding that any iOS user that has updated to iOS 10.3 or 10.3.1 can no longer open connections with my server unless I remove my SSL certificate and send them through http.

I’m wondering if anybody else out there has encountered any similar issue since iOS 10.3 was released.


hi @troynt

try to avoid - i have this probelm anyone else seen it

If you are asking those sorts of questions then use the search button rather than posting

if you want people to help with diagnosis then let people know the relevant bits

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Could be a certificate chain issue (make sure you’re sending the intermediate certificate issued by IdenTrust for Let’s Encrypt), or a ciphersuite issue (make sure your web server is willing to use cryptography that’s compatible with these clients). should be able to give some useful information about both of these things.


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