On Wed, Nov 13, 2013 at 2:27 AM, Andy Bradford <amb-fos...@bradfords.org>wrote:
> Here's another observation. Now that I got around the proxy problem (the > proxy I was using was returning 403), I get prompted to accept the > self-signed certificate, but the host listed is that of the proxy: > > Accept certificate for host proxy.host.dom (a=always/y/N)? > > Is this how it is supposed to work when using a proxy? Or should it > actually display the name of the host that is in the Fossil clone URL? > I think it should clearly state it is asking for acceptance of the proxy cert, when that is the cert being considered. Then if the destination host cert is also unknown, it will ask for accpetance of that cert as well. So, if you are using a new proxy and a new destination host, and both are using SSL/TLS, you would get asked twice. (The proxy query has to come first because it is forwarding your connection to the destination.) So the message should say: Accept certificate for proxy "proxy.host.dom" (a=always/y/N)?
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