Summary: * As a User, I want Firefox to prevent me from visiting a site where my information could be stolen so that I'm safe, even if I don't understand the problem. Acceptance Criteria: * Styled as per design * Broken lock icon displays * Headline: “Your connection is not secure” body copy: “The owner of expired.badssl.com has configured their website improperly. To protect your information from being stolen, Firefox has not connected to this website.” * “Learn more” link goes to SUMO page: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/tls-error-reports * Checkbox “Report errors like this to Mozilla” is checked. ( UNCLEAR WHAT THIS IS. DOES NOT SEEM TO BE EXISTING FUNCTIONALITY * “Return to prior” page button (NEW FUNCTIONALITY? CURRENT “Get me out of here!” BUTTON GOES TO ABOUT:HOME) * “Advanced” button reveals technical details about invalid cert. ** User cannot manually override the cert for a severe case. ** User sees an explanation of why they can't visit the site.
> * Checkbox “Report errors like this to Mozilla” is checked. ( UNCLEAR WHAT THIS IS. DOES NOT > SEEM TO BE EXISTING FUNCTIONALITY > * “Return to prior” page button (NEW FUNCTIONALITY? CURRENT “Get me out of here!” BUTTON GOES > TO ABOUT:HOME) These UIs are present in aboutNetErrror.xhtml that severe errors are using.
Most non-overridable errors are not cert errors.
Summary: [userstory] Cert Warnings: Severe Error → [userstory] Secure connection Warnings: Severe Error
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 3 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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