When trying to load https://register.btinternet.com, mozilla throws out this error: "Error establishing an encrypted connection to register.btinternet.com. Error code: -8190". As both Opera and IE handle this correctly, I assume it is a bug in mozilla's handling of the response...
Can you try disabling FIPS? Edit>Prefs>Prevacy>Certs>Manager Cert Devices.
It works when FIPS is disabled
Evangelism - can you get them to not limit their server to SSL2 only?
Unfortunately I have no sway with these people - I use a competing service. P.S. What is the problem, exactly?
Enabling FIPS disables SSL2, which is what this site uses. SSL3 and TLSv1 are newer, more secure encryption methods. That is why I assigned this to our in-house team to try to persuade the webmaster to turn on SSL3 also.
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