De identiteit van deze website kan echter niet worden bevestigd. In older versions Firefox would still allow accessing the Web page after giving a warning. And then you made an exception for a particular site? I switched back to my default profile, and I the bug reappeared. Verify that the correct trust settings have been applied, and modify the script if necessary. Say when you access your router. Opening another bug to fix this bug properly just doesn't make much sense to me.
Connect to web management, accept exception permanently, delete exception. Het certificaat wordt niet vertrouwd, omdat het uitgeverscertificaat onbekend is. In that version, we updated the exception processing to make sure that the exception stored was for the same certificate that caused the error. The more complex we make the code, the more easily subtle bugs are introduced. To be more precise, this domain was hosted on a computer which died recently, I now host it temporarily on my laptop so the certificate for the domain has changed. Tested on win8 x64, firefox 22. I didn't want command prompts showing up on users' screens during logon.
I'm reconfiguring a bunch of firewalls and they create a new self-signed certificate multiple times during the upgrade process. If you have already added such an exception, then you should remove it as soon as possible. I've not gone through and counted on either one, but there are enough howtos in the threads to reproduce the bug reliably. Please file a new bug for the remainder of your issue. If i delete it and try again i have the same problem.
General comment: The code uses too many global variables and the functions have too many side effects one side effect is one too many. I never make the exceptions permanent, because when I have done so, I was never able to access that web site again using that Firefox installation. As this also has no patch I am removing the tracking flat for firefox 16. I prefer to use group policy to install the runtime libraries, but you can use any method that you prefer. What I think I can say so far is: - The patched build always reproduces the bug.
I'm sure that's a ways off, but y'all are probably the first to catch the heat when things disappear, are moved, etc. I am having a problem opening Oracle's Enterprise Manager console page as it is self-styled certificate on the machine. Edit the script to suit your environment: - Enter the correct network path to the folder containing certutil. Hopefully this helps narrow down the problem. You visit domain X again and try to add security exception to the new certificate.
In any case, I hope it's okay, but I will email you more about this in an effort not to clutter this board with unrelated posts; such as Mozilla Bugzilla usage posts. I'll post more details soon. Please comment in that bug. If you found this page helpful, you are free to comment on the below box. If you have to use a proxy while being within the corporate network, and you get a security certificate exceptions when you browse e. . After waiting a while, it then did manage to load the page cleanly like it doesn't have any cert issues.
Notify me of new posts by email. Finally, Q5 is there another solution besides creating exceptions? The option which disables the ability to store security exceptions appears to be Never remember history. Then the next three were added to allow everybody to trigger a certificate change. My mistake for implying there was a correct value. This will automatically open your site and you can work on your respective projects. This message can be shown if you have incorrect system date and time.
Firefox is a web browser used by people all over the world. It seems there is no domain in the certificate, it just has 'ubuntu'. With this change, the Do While. You may need to press Cancel multiple times. This bug is not reproducible if you try to add expired cert for the first time I have verified it on other firefox instance , this seems to occurs only if you added Cert to security exception and after that Cert became expired. This folder doesn't get created until the user starts Firefox for the first time.