SSL handshake failure with node.js https

I have an API running with express using https. For testing, I’ve been using tinycert.org for the certificates, which work fine on my machine.

I’m using docker to package up the app, and docker-machine with docker-compose to run it on a digital ocean server.

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    I tried to debug with Wireshark’s SSL dissector, but it hasn’t given me much more info: I can see the “Client Hello” and then the next frame is “Handshake Failure (40)”.

    I considered that maybe node on the docker container has no available ciphers, but it has a huge list, so it can’t be that. I’m unsure as to what’s going on and how to remedy it.

    EDIT

    Here’s my createServer() block:

    let app = express();
    let httpsOpts = {
        key:  fs.readFileSync("./secure/key.pem"),
        cert: fs.readFileSync("./secure/cert.pem")
    };
    let port = 8080;
    https.createServer(httpsOpts, app).listen(port);
    

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