Keep getting errors when using https

My question:
I’m trying to send a request using my API and postman keeps showing below error.

Error: write EPROTO 140634396975224:error:100000f7:SSL routines:OPENSSL_internal:WRONG_VERSION_NUMBER:…/…/third_party/boringssl/src/ssl/

Details (like screenshots):

I’ve already tried:
Replacing https with http isn’t working either as my internet service blocks it for security reason.
I turned off SSL verification on setting and tried disabled all combinations of tsl version but none of them have worked. Localhost with http is working well with my APIs, so my endpoints are working fine. I would appreciate it if anyone can give insight to resolve this issue. Thanks!

Following; reinstalled Postman after getting a new computer and none of my saved requests in my project collection are running with a very similar error code. Exact code I’m seeing is:

Error: write EPROTO 512996664:error:100000f7:SSL routines:OPENSSL_internal:WRONG_VERSION_NUMBER:…/…/third_party/boringssl/src/ssl/

Unsure what to do as the settings were exactly the same as my last Postman install (same version, too).

Other posts on many sites indicate undocumented changes to Postman’s implementation of TLS 1.3 or something of the sort. Maybe a dependency update that caused these issues. Not sure.

I stumbled upon this by having the same error codes.

The solution to my problem was that the url was https on a specific port. The problem was that the api was launched with a different profile that specified the port was http and not https like the other profile.

TLDR: Verify that the postman’s url is the same as the launch profile in the service that you trying to connect to