Opera 27.0 - 27.0.1689.76
The site is a channel that streams TV shows. I have been visiting it for the past two years and it only recently stopped working with Opera. It works just fine with other browsers.
I am wondering if the people behind Opera have taken to censoring content without our knowledge. The site in question is not pornographic, it just streams TV shows.
If, indeed, a secure connection issue is involved, it sounds more like the message is telling you that the browser and website can't arrive at a mutually agreeable https protocol. After last year's Poodle exploit, sites and browsers began deprecating the SSL3 protocol - though not universally, and not always in the same ways. Depending on the TLS protocol version to which the protocol migration has occurred (or especially if the site has stuck with SSL3), some browsers may not accept the same protocol options as the sites now offer, in which case no agreeable protocol can be found. Not all browsers deal with this protocol negotiation the same way, and a lot of incompatibility complaints involving certs, encryption methods, and protocols have been popping up in recent weeks. None of which, of course, solves your immediate problem - but it's hardly an issue of Opera "censoring" anything.
Thank you for that well written, fact filled post. I appreciate you calming my fears. I truly hope that a solution to my problem will be found soon. I really enjoy using the Opera browser for many reasons and I did not want to return to Mozilla.