Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
Both enable ssl 3 and tls are checked and access to secure sites is
available most of the time. Seamonkey just decides sometimes that ssl is
We are having an odd error using Seamonkey 1.1.16 on pclos. From time
to time when going to a secure site such as paypal or gmail,
Seamonkey will throw an error saying SSL has been disabled when in
fact it is enabled. One can close out and restart Seamonkey and go
back to the same site and everything is fine. Any ideas on what to
try would be greatly appreciated.
when you say SSL is in fact enabled, how do you know?
OK, now that we're on the same page, try this: in the
address bar type in:
and in the filter box, type in 128 and now you should
get a whole bunch of:
type of messages. Double click on each one and set
them to true. Just the "security.ssl" ones, and
Now try again. Did that work?
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