If you’ve encountered the cURL error 35 (SSL connect error) while testing AG Worldline Hosted Checkout on your localhost, this guide is here to help. We’ll point you in the right direction for understanding and resolving the issue. Please note that our assistance is limited to this guide.
This error message signifies an issue in the SSL/TLS handshake, which translates to an SSL connection error. Potential causes include an outdated cURL package, connection errors, or a version mismatch between PHP cURL and the SSL protocol of the end server.
To address this error, enable cURL in your localhost and configure a simulated SSL. Be aware that the following steps are moderately technical and may vary depending on your localhost setup, such as WAMP or XAMPP.
Enabling cURL via php.ini
Configuring a Simulated SSL on Your Localhost
Keep in mind that this guide is intended to point you in the correct direction for resolving the issue, and we are unable to offer any further assistance beyond the information provided here.
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