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I can't catch a Mono.Security.Tls.TlsException because the entire class is internal.
The class inherits directly from Exception so there is no other specific exception to catch other than catch all of them.
This is tested in the current Xamarin.Android Stable release.
My motivation is that I want to catch only connection related exceptions.
I came across this during testing and agree it would be helpful to be able to examine the TlsExceptions that I'm receiving. This is also tested in current Xamarin.Android. Is there a reason not to make the exception class public?