RequestError: write EPROTO 38410000:error:0A000152:SSL routines:final_renegotiate:unsafe legacy renegotiation disabled:c:\ws\deps\openssl\openssl\ssl\statem\extensions.c:922:
you are not providing us with much information to go on.
All we can say is that something using a TLS network connection has hit a fatal error in the low-level openssl code.
Do you have any more context you can share?
For future reference, that error means that the server and the client cannot negotiate a secure connection because they don't have any overlapping allowed encryption standards.
This typically happens when either the client or the server haven't been updated in a long time and so only support outdated encryption standards that are no longer safe. It can, however, also happen if one end (typically the server) has an older configuration even if it has been updated.
The fix is to update the offending client or server to currently supported standards and ensure that the configuration is updated to also only allow safe standards.
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