User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Win98; en-US; rv:1.0.1) Gecko/20020823 Netscape/7.0 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Win98; en-US; rv:1.2b) Gecko/20021016 trying to open ANY https (ssl-enabled) site results in NSPR error code -5985. A good example would be trying to access my account at www.capitalone.com and clicking the "login" button - the error happens before the login can display. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. See details above 2. 3. Actual Results: Error message displays telling me Expected Results: I have Opera6.05 and IE5.5 on my Win98 box - same web sites mentioned above open fine with these browsers. Problem broke my Netscape 4.79 install and upgrading to Netscape 7 (of course) didn't resolve the issue. Is there anything I need to do???
-> PSM Please move this files in your mozilla profile to another location and try it again (i don't know if the PSM want this files or just close it) cert7.db,key3.db
RESOLVED: Removed profile totally as suggested, forcing a new profile creation and resetting all proxy connections allowed NSPR to understand IPv6. I feel a bit stupid, perhaps I could've checked the proxy settings before deleting the profile (I wonder...perhaps this was the only problem all along...makes sense to me - but also makes feel terribly ignorant) THANKS! I've been pulling my hair on this. All other machines in my network seem to work, just this one - the one I loaded Mozilla 1.2b on, stopped working. I suppose something happened to slightly corrupt the profile??? Excellent support, it took less than an hour to resolve a problem I've been dealing with for weeks. I've told my users they have to deal with it, that it was a bug... I've had them change to the monopoly browser, but now there will be many smiling faces (yes, I am naive). Laszlo
-> reopening (since fixed is wrong without patch)
-> wfm note : We have no support and we don't accept support questions :-)
Verified works for me. Most likely it was a corrupted certificate DB file as mentioned in comment #1