Re: ventura upgrades, https and self-signed certificates

2010-04-22 Thread urodelo
Right, i agree. In my case, if I point the browser to my https web page,  
it shows a load of 10% and then stops. I just get a white page (which  
should mean: hey i'm not willing to load anything!). The same page is  
normally shown if ssl is disabled. Also for the https links I've  
experimented the same behaviour as Tom. It is great to know all this will  
be solved in the next release :-)
Thanks a lot again


On Tue, 20 Apr 2010 15:25:50 +0200, Tom Yates madhat...@teaparty.net  
wrote:

 On Tue, 20 Apr 2010, urodelo wrote:

 Since I use ventura, my whole shr experience is much better. finally a
 decent web browser! before it was impossible to surf the internet with
 woosh or others. only dillo was usable for me, but with ventura i can
 finally go through https too. i find the pg buttons etc very useful.
 thanks a lot

 i, too, am much enjoying ventura over previous browsers.  that said, i
 posted this query to shr-user originally, but got no answers, so i  
 thought
 i'd try here.  hope that's OK.

 i had thought i was having a problem with ventura and https pages,  
 because
 in menu - URL, the https drop-down doesn't select (i click it, but it
 keeps coming up http), plus i couldn't follow a link to an https page i
 wanted (my webmail service).

 but it seems that https links are fine provided the certificate is
 properly signed; it's only that i run my own webmail service and the
 certificate is self-signed.  is there any way to tell ventura not to  
 check
 the certificate chain, but just to load the page?




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Re: ventura upgrades, https and self-signed certificates

2010-04-20 Thread Tom Yates
On Tue, 20 Apr 2010, urodelo wrote:

 Since I use ventura, my whole shr experience is much better. finally a
 decent web browser! before it was impossible to surf the internet with
 woosh or others. only dillo was usable for me, but with ventura i can
 finally go through https too. i find the pg buttons etc very useful.
 thanks a lot

i, too, am much enjoying ventura over previous browsers.  that said, i 
posted this query to shr-user originally, but got no answers, so i thought 
i'd try here.  hope that's OK.

i had thought i was having a problem with ventura and https pages, because 
in menu - URL, the https drop-down doesn't select (i click it, but it 
keeps coming up http), plus i couldn't follow a link to an https page i 
wanted (my webmail service).

but it seems that https links are fine provided the certificate is 
properly signed; it's only that i run my own webmail service and the 
certificate is self-signed.  is there any way to tell ventura not to check 
the certificate chain, but just to load the page?


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Re: ventura upgrades, https and self-signed certificates

2010-04-20 Thread c_c

Hi,

Tom Yates-3 wrote:
 
  is there any way to tell ventura not to check 
 the certificate chain, but just to load the page?
 
  Not yet. Hopefully with the newer version of webkit-efl nearing release
this might be possible.
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