On 04/24/2009 01:32 PM, Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
> texstar wrote:
>> Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
>>> texstar wrote:
>>>> 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?
>>>
>> 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 
>> not enabled.
> 
> OK, now that we're on the same page, try this: in the 
> address bar type in:
> 
> about:config
> 
> and in the filter box, type in 128 and now you should 
> get a whole bunch of:
> 
> security.ssl
> 
> type of messages.  Double click on each one and set 
> them to true.  Just the "security.ssl" ones, and 
> nothing else.
> 
> Now try again.  Did that work?
> 

I'm not sure I'd do _all_ of them:
security.ssl2.rc2_128
security.ssl2.rc4_128
are purposely set to false.


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