Being safe on the internet (was Re: Here we go again - ISP DPI, but is it interception?)
pwt at iosis.co.uk
Tue Aug 3 16:34:50 BST 2010
James Firth wrote:
>> In article <F83296DFE4A84016BC63F8053B95AAE5 at your41b8d18ede>, Tom
>> Thomson <colinthomson1 at o2.co.uk> writes
>>> Firefox doesn't have any problems with that site's certificate when I
>> try it.
>> OK here as well (v3.6.7 for PC).
> OK here too. Can you post the fingerprint you're getting from the
> certificate? There's 2 options: MitM (unlikely) or certificate missing from
> your client (likely)
> James Firth
Thanks all for the help.
When I had the problems with several sites (which wasn't with v3.6.7 but
with a slightly earlier version of FF), I created an exception for each
of them - that put each cert in my list of certs accepted as exceptions,
and indeed cybersec went in there.
So now I have deleted the cybersec cert from the exceptions list and
tried again - and now FF doesn't complain. So it looks like something in
FF got altered/updated in the transition from v3.6.x (whatever it was
that I had) to v3.6.7. As I think I noted earlier, I haven't had the
shower of complaints from FF about certs since I upgraded.
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