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I'm receiving the error as shown in the image while opening the plugin manager in jmeter.

  • Read the text "One of the possible reasons is that you have proxy requirement for Internet connection.", it fails to get an SSL connection – Rsf Apr 17 at 12:15
  • Check this one superuser.com/questions/1400180/… – Sachintha Apr 20 at 4:46

It means that the certification path to the JMeter Plugins repository contains invalid certificate (for example you're behind the corporate proxy and this proxy injects a MITM certificate which is not known to Java / JMeter)

The solution would be:

  1. Identify the certificate which causes the problem, it can be done using OpenSSL tool
  2. Create a Java Truststore (the same OpenSSL tool can do this)
  3. Point JMeter to use this Truststore by setting javax.net.ssl.trustStore system property
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