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With Diablo III PC: Reaper of Souls out on the PC, many gamers still continue to experience persistent crashes, errors, connection and logon issues with Diablo III.Here’s a convenient collection of error codes and messages you may experience during installation, gameplay, and client log in.
The remote system was configured to support only the cipher suites permitted for export use. Peer requires high-grade encryption which is not supported." The remote system was configured to support the cipher suites permitted for domestic use.
The local system was configured to support only the cipher suites permitted for export use.
"Cannot communicate securely with peer: no common encryption algorithm(s)." The local and remote systems share no cipher suites in common.
This can be due to a misconfiguration at either end.
It can be due to a server being misconfigured to use a non-RSA certificate with the RSA key exchange algorithm.
"Unable to find the certificate or key necessary for authentication." This error has many potential causes; for example: Certificate or key not found in database. "Unable to communicate securely with peer: peers's certificate was rejected." A certificate was received from the remote system and was passed to the certificate authentication callback function provided by the local application.
Certificate not marked trusted in database and Certificate's issuer not marked trusted in database. That callback function returned "The server has encountered bad data from the client." This error code should occur only on sockets that are acting as servers.
It is a generic error, used when none of the other more specific error codes defined in this file applies.
"The client has encountered bad data from the server." This error code should occur only on sockets that are acting as clients.
"Peer using unsupported version of security protocol." On a client socket, this means the remote server has attempted to negotiate the use of a version of SSL that is not supported by the NSS library, probably an invalid version number.