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31 marzo
2008

Firefox3, ssl certs and nic.es

or may I say I already told you about that...

Some days ago I wrote some lines about the new version of the Firefox web browser and how it handles self-signed ssl certificates.

Now, I've a perfect example of that problem, nic.es, the .es domains registrar. If you try to access http://www.nic.es using Firefox3, you will see something like:

trying to access nic.es with firefox3

Posted by wu at 01:02 | Comments (0) | Trackbacks (0)
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