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I have installed VS code and Salesforce CLI in my system.Now when I try to Authorize an Org using SFDC:Authorize an Org, It take me to the login page and also logs in and redirects to localhost:1717.

I get the below error

This page isn’t working localhost didn’t send any data. ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE

And the Url has this: http://localhost:1717/OauthRedirect?code=aPrxeoyeTpu7VD8TU5.MiH8R70GBrrinzlZHNm4qsQVi8SNWqfbyMGt33D.8taJ4_dX1cMu6JQ%3D%3D&state=e4365ba68ae7

I have tried to check if the port 1717 is free or used. Its free. Tried using personal network still same issue.

Please help me in getting this resolved.

Thanks, sfdcdev

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  • Please try updating your force.com CLI with sfdx update as suggested by sfdcfox in this question.
    – Raul
    Jul 29 '19 at 8:46
  • I have installed updated CLI
    – sfdcdev
    Jul 29 '19 at 10:40
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The Salesforce CLI use NodeJS to handle the authentication between client and Salesforce server

When you use a proxy or your network not transparent the https will occur the error

You can skip the error by set bellow variable in environment on your pc NODE_TLS_REJECT_UNAUTHORIZED = 0 Note: you must restart the CMD or VSC after set variables.

Read more: Salesforce CLI Environment Variables https://developer.salesforce.com/docs/atlas.en-us.sfdx_dev.meta/sfdx_dev/sfdx_dev_cli_env_variables.htm

How to creating and Modifying Environment Variables on Windows https://docs.oracle.com/en/database/oracle/r-enterprise/1.5.1/oread/creating-and-modifying-environment-variables-on-windows.html

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  • This isn't a great solution as it effectively allows man in the middle attacks for the heck of it. This shouldn't be used long-term.
    – Jessica
    Jul 5 at 9:11
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I just had a similar issue. Clearing the cache and cookies in my browser resolved the issue for me.

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