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bug #12390: Invalid security certificate

Submitted by:  v <vdoxii>
Submitted on:  Fri Oct 3 05:33:50 2008  
Votes:  16  
 
Category: NoneSeverity: 3 - Normal
Priority: 5 - NormalStatus: None
Privacy: PublicAssigned to: None
Open/Closed: Open

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Mon Dec 15 15:46:12 2008, comment #6:

Hi! that worked, thanks a lot. For clarifying it a little bit, in order to be able to introduce that url in the LocationEntry I had to right click on it -> "Edit Smart Bookmark", and then substitute the string

^(http:|ftp:|file:|https:|about:|history-serach:)

for

^(http:|ftp:|file:|https:|about:|history-serach:|chrome:)

Then you can point the browser to chrome://pippki/content/certManager.xul, go to tab Servers and click on the button "Add Exception..." for a Firefox like dialog.

Manuel <tylermd>
Mon Dec 15 13:04:33 2008, comment #5:

Works great! Now I can use all websites.

Thanks, Andraž.

Jan Hnízdil <belakos>
Mon Dec 15 12:00:49 2008, comment #4:

This is part of the new gecko security stuff... What kz actually misses is this: chrome://pippki/content/certManager.xul

The certificate manager where you can assign exceptions(yes this has now been moved from a click-through to a use your brains...

Andraž ruskie Levstik <ruskie>
Thu Dec 11 12:58:54 2008, comment #3:

This is a really annoying problem, it stops me from using a lot of web sites.

Manuel <tylermd>
Thu Oct 9 22:56:29 2008, comment #2:

Please ignore the attached file #4852. I'm sorry, this was my first bug comment.

Jan Hnízdil <belakos>
Thu Oct 9 22:54:25 2008, comment #1:

I would also like to know the answer.

I also get other error messages:
sec_error_unknown_issuer (the issuer certificate is unknown)
sec_error_ca_cert_invalid (because it is self signed)

Message pops up in the alert window with OK button only. No chance to add security exception like in Firefox 3.

I'm using kazehakase 0.5.5-r1 from Gentoo portage. I applied patch for https infinite loop as described in bug #5225.

Thanks.

Honza

(file #4852)

Jan Hnízdil <belakos>
Fri Oct 3 05:33:50 2008, original submission:

Okay. I'm not sure if this is a bug or just a missing feature but when I try to go to a certain webpages I get this error message:

"...uses an invalid security certificate.

The certificate is not trusted because it is self signed.
The certificate expired on 03/06/2008 08:49 PM.

(Error code: sec_error_expired_issuer_certificate)"

In other (mozilla-based)browsers there is an option to decide to trust the sertificate anyway.

Is Kazehakase still missing this feature?

Thanks,

v <vdoxii>

 

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file #4852:  .xdvirc added by belakos (1kB - application/octet-stream)

 

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