BTW, illustrating points made here, the cert is for
but your link was to  So of course Firefox
generated a warning....

Indeed.... and even if that gets fixed we still have
to contend with:

  * the blog software can't handle the nature of a
    TLS site (internal problems like non-working
    trackbacks, internal links, posts, ...)
  * the cert has to be shared with 3 other sites
  * Firefox will still warn about it being a CAcert
    signed certificate
  * ...  I'm sure there's more.

Hopefully over the next year, the webserver (Apache)
will be capable of doing the TLS extension for sharing
certs so then it will be reasonable to upgrade.


PS:  SSL v2 must die!  Wot, you mean you haven't
turned it off in your browser yet?

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