Re: OT but F38: Cisco SecureClient VPN suddenly stops connecting since this morning

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On Fri Sep15'23 04:03:16PM, Ranjan Maitra wrote:
> From: Ranjan Maitra <mlmaitra@xxxxxxx>
> Date: Fri, 15 Sep 2023 16:03:16 -0500
> To: Community Support for Fedora Users <users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Reply-To: Community support for Fedora users <users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: OT but F38: Cisco SecureClient VPN suddenly stops connecting since
>  this morning
> Hi,
> I have a strange problem, after last night's updates on F38. I am not actually sure that that is the cause, but I can no longer get Cisco's VPN to work. (I have to use Cisco's SecureClient because of the more "secure" 2-factor-authentication required to connect: before that, I used OpenConnect for a long time, and did not have a problem till I was forced to move to Cisco's version two years ago. I have till date not had any issue with Cisco either.)
> But that last statement in parenthesis only holds till last night. From this morning, I am unable to connect to Cisco's VPN. After logging in, and going through 2FA, all of which are successful, I get that:
> "Cisco Secure Client was not able to establish a connection to the specified secure gateway. Please try connecting again." <Close>
> which is on top of:
> "The certificate on the secure gateway is invalid. A VPN connection will not be established." <Close>
> Things I have tried:
> 1) Trying on a different machine, with an up to date, F38, I have the same issue.
> 2) Using my wife's F37 machine (possibly not very up to date) and I am able to connect on VPN using the same account, so the issue seems to be with me and F38.
> 3) Back to my F38 machine, I looked at /var/log/report as the connection was happening, and got the following, and was wondering if it shows anything that is fixable.

After another reject: this time, the file is probably just over 60.001 KB because of added header, etc information, I put this file at:

Many thanks for any suggestions, and best wishes,

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