On 01/05/2009 09:40 PM, »Q« wrote:
> In <news:vpydnabgqkp1ap_unz2dnuvz_hwdn...@mozilla.org>,
> NoOp <gl...@sbcglobal.net.invalid> wrote:
>> On 01/05/2009 03:43 PM, Asrail wrote:
>> > NoOp, 05-01-2009 19:47:
>> >> Worse is that in 2.0a3pre and in Fx 3.0.5 you aren't even provided
>> >> the option to view the 'not trusted' certificate. At least in
>> >> older versions you could view and then elect to connect for the
>> >> session at your own risk.
>> > You can.
>> > Click "I understand the risks", then click "Add exception".
>> I could if I were provided those options... They _are_ available in SM
>> 1.1.14 & 1.1.15pre, but not in 2.0a3pre or in Fx 3.0.5 - unless of
>> course I've missed some default setting in the latter two.
> In a default Fx 3.0.5 setup, there's an "Or you can add an exception..." link
> at the bottom of the error message. Clicking it, then the "Add
> Exception" button that appears gets a dialog window for viewing the
> certificate and adding the exception either permanently or temporarily.
Interesting... in linux 3.0.5 I only get:
www.us.army.mil uses an invalid security certificate.
The certificate is not trusted because the issuer certificate is unknown.
(Error code: sec_error_unknown_issuer)
When going to: https://www.us.army.mil/suite/login/welcome.html
Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:126.96.36.199) Gecko/2008121621
I wonder if it's a Ubuntu distro version thing... I'll load up a
standard Fx and see if it is any different.
BTW: I did find where to get the certs for those .mil sites;
unfortunately in order to get them I had to use Opera or SM 1.1.14/15pre
as I couldn't get to them via SM 2.0a3pre or Fx: https://crl.gds.disa.mil/
> Hopefully, SeaMonkey 2 will handle it better than Fx 3 does. Anyone not
> already familiar with the UI would think that clicking the
> "Add Exception" button would immediately add the exception. Since that
> button appears before the user can even look at the certificate, no one
> should be willing to click it.
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