rustls reports protocol errors using this type.
We received a TLS message that isn't valid right now.
expect_types lists the message types we can expect right now.
got_type is the type we found. This error is typically
caused by a buggy TLS stack (the peer or this one), a broken
network, or an attack.
Fields of InappropriateMessage
We received a TLS handshake message that isn't valid right now.
expect_types lists the handshake message types we can expect
got_type is the type we found.
Fields of InappropriateHandshakeMessage
The peer sent us a syntactically incorrect TLS message.
The peer sent us a TLS message with invalid contents.
The peer didn't give us any certificates.
We couldn't decrypt a message. This is invariably fatal.
The peer doesn't support a protocol version/feature we require. The parameter gives a hint as to what version/feature it is.
The peer deviated from the standard TLS protocol. The parameter gives a hint where.
We received a fatal alert. This means the peer is unhappy.
The presented certificate chain is invalid.
The presented SCT(s) were invalid.
A catch-all error for unlikely errors.
We failed to figure out what time it currently is.
A syntactically-invalid DNS hostname was given.
This function doesn't work until the TLS handshake is complete.
The peer sent an oversized record/fragment.
fn description(&self) -> &str[src]
impl StructuralPartialEq for TLSError[src]
Auto Trait Implementations
impl RefUnwindSafe for TLSError
impl UnwindSafe for TLSError
type Owned = T
The resulting type after obtaining ownership.
fn clone_into(&self, target: &mut T)[src]
type Error = Infallible
The type returned in the event of a conversion error.