Could it be that they come with new default settings/behavior making
them simply reject sites using self signed certs?
On Wed, Feb 15, 2012 at 2:00 PM, Alexander Burger <a...@software-lab.de> wrote:
> Hi all,
> since Firefox 10 (Windows) is out, some of my customers complain that
> they can't access their PicoLisp applications via SSL any longer. At
> least one also reports the same for Safari.
> They can't access even the application's start page. The browser refuses
> to connect.
> I've already generated new (self-signed) certificates, but this didn't
> help. Could it be 'httpGate'?
> Does anybody have an idea? I can't reproduce the problem here, and the
> browser's error messages are not helpful at all.
> The problem might be reproduced also on the demo app
> or also on the Wiki
> though the latter is not covered by the certificate's Common Name (as it
> is for "*.7fach.de").
> Why does this happen only with new browsers? I suspect something might
> be wrong with 'httpGate', though it worked during the last 10 years
> without problems.
> - Alex
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