https://www.ultimatix.net/ uses a server cert that is valid only for signing (that is, for signature verification). But it attempts to negotiate a cipher suite that uses RSA for key transport (that is, for key "wrapping", or key encryption) rather than for signing. NSS properly refuses to wrap a key with a public key that is only for signature verification, and reports an error that says that: SEC_ERROR_INADEQUATE_KEY_USAGE If you go into the Certificate Manager and try to add a security exception for that certificate, you cannot do so. When you enter the URL into the location text box and click the "Get Certificate" button, you get an error dialog that reads: An error occurred during a connection to www.ultimatix.net:443. Certificate key usage inadequate for attempted operation. (Error code: sec_error_inadequate_key_usage) [ OK ] Clicking OK causes the operation to fail, rather than successfully importing the cert. It's not clear to me why PSM displays that dialog instead of importing the cert. The handshake is expected to fail, but the cert has been fetched (and therefor can be displayed and stored), or else this diagnostic could not be given.
Someone filed a duplicate of this bug. :-/
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 11 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Duplicate of bug: 407523
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