On 10/12/2009 3:48 AM PT, Martin Freitag typed:
I noticed my SeaMonkeys v1.1.18 don't seem to cache when the
connection is secured (SSL)? Is this normal for security reasons?
Ah thanks. Do all other Web broswers beside Mozilla's do this by design?
IE caches them by default. Can be disabled under
Internet Options->Advanced->Security->Do not save encrypted pages to
Dunno about Opera right now...
Is it possible to purge secured caches after logging off the secured Web
site? Or do I have to purge all of my caches?
You would need to empty the whole cache in all browsers I know.
I wouldn't recommend caching SSL-sites without having a good reason to
do so, then this problem doesn't exist.
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