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Firefox 3 SSL certificate warnings
Posted Aug 28, 2008 11:29 UTC (Thu) by epa (subscriber, #39769)
But equally, suppose I type in http://bank.example.com. Shouldn't I get a big fat warning that there is no way of preventing MITM attacks?
Posted Aug 28, 2008 13:18 UTC (Thu) by Tjebbe (subscriber, #34055)
Posted Aug 28, 2008 16:19 UTC (Thu) by epa (subscriber, #39769)
why? who says that there is any important information being handled there?
Posted Aug 28, 2008 14:14 UTC (Thu) by Tar (subscriber, #2456)
If at one time you choose to trust this server cert you wont be bothered about it again unless the certificate changes/expires or whatnot.
Why can't the selfsigned certs with HTTPS behave the same way?
Posted Aug 28, 2008 15:15 UTC (Thu) by johnkarp (subscriber, #39285)
Posted Aug 28, 2008 15:48 UTC (Thu) by IkeTo (subscriber, #2122)
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