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Accessing HTTPS sites with mac emacs 26.3

I'm working on a mac (Catalina 10.15.1) and I've recently switched from Aquamacs to GNU Emacs (updated to 26.3 build 1). In Aquamacs, I had no issues accessing https sites, though I'm unable to do ...
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url-retrieve-synchronously on github doesn't return any response

Running the function (url-retrieve-synchronously "https://api.github.com/users/lawlist/gists") returns an empty buffer. This only happens with github. What could possibly be the cause?
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M-x list-package fails with error “certificate could not be verified”

My environment: Linux Mint 17.3 (based on Ubuntu 14.04) Emacs 25.3.1 The value of package-archives: (("gnu" . "https://elpa.gnu.org/packages/") ("melpa" . "https://melpa.org/packages/") ("...
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gnutls-negotiate: Certificate validation failed for [hostname] verification code 402

After upgrading to Emacs 25, I get gnutls-negotiate: Certificate validation failed for [hostname] verification code 402 on connecting to my weechat IRC proxy, with no prompt about accepting things ...
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Emacs TLS check is still ill-configured

After reading this post I decided to harder the security of Emacs. However, after setting everything and doing the test, Emacs is still ill-configured. Everything is done in a GNU/Linux distribution. ...
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Send email with gnus via ssl port 465

I'm using gnus and trying to send email through it. This works for my gmail account (which receives outgoing emails on smpt port 587 using tls). My university uses smpt on port 465 and no tls, but ssl....
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How can I use ERC with an IRC offered over SSL?

I'm trying to connect to Gitter's IRC servers to join the chat room vermiculus/stack-mode, but according to Gitter, they offer this service over SSL: _ _ _ _ _ ...