Camino 0.8.3 has no support at all for client authentification when connecting to an SSL server. There is no certificate related option in the preferences. This includes no way to see and modify the list of trusted CAs (separate bug ?). Still, the Camino binary tree includes the standard cryptography library, nss, etc ., and the profile has the full cryptography database : cert8.db, key3.db, secmod.db, so the required component to implement that are present. But the problem is not only that the GUI is missing, because if I replace the cryptography database with one from firefox/mozilla that's includes the needed client certificates for authentification, nothing changes. Maybe not much is needed, because NSS that does the SSL connexion will be doing most of the job here, and already has the database loaded, maybe the part that blocks is because of the missing hooks to enter the password ?
Looks to me like a dup of Bug 272606. Reopen as needed. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 272606 ***
Sorry for the duplicate. I searched for this bug only in the security/preference components, and all the related bugs are in general.