I have a fully patched Win2000 Server SP4 that spontaneously rebooted itself last tuesday and after it came back up, it was working fine.
Server is running IIS5 with URLScan and SSL.
After the reboot it started giving me errors like this one, none of the users complained yet though:
An SSL connection request was received from a remote client application, but none of the cipher suites supported by the client application are supported by the server. The SSL connection request has failed.
I've looked in the IIS logs and there was nothing special, your regular vulnerability/header scanning that get blocked by URLScan. I've had an SSL certificate for about a month now and haven't gotten errors like this one, just after this mysterious reboot.
Anybody else encounter this? Please advise, because I can't find anything online about it.