1.) Under Privacy/Security > SSL prefs, check "Viewing a page with an encryped/unencrypted mix. 2.) Visit the above in-house site. What is expected: A warning that you are visiting a page with an encryped/unencrypted mix. Also, the lock icon should be shown as mixed. What happens: No warning, other than the warning that I am entering a secure site.
nsSecureBrowserUI is not getting OnStateChange notifications for inline images. This is a bug in the docloader (or whatever should be sending nsIWebProgressListener notifications).
Change to Browser/Embedding: Docshell
cc'ing people, QA > junruh
Should this bug be filed against PSM instead?
No, the bug is that the docloader is not sending the correct notifications to PSM.
John (Unruh) - Do you have a mixed content site in which the mixed content is not images? The problem may be specific to images and I'd like a test case to step through.
This site is 100% insecure content, even though it show https - https://junruh.mcom.com/oneframe.html
There is certainly a problem specific to images. There is another problem specific to frames (the mixed frame test page gives you an entering secure dialog, an entering insecure dialog, then an entering secure dialog and leaves the icon locked), but I don't know if a bug has been filed against the frame problem.
Going to the given URL has developed more problems since this bug was filed. With current builds, I don't even get the warning about going to a secure site - no warnings at all! After going back to a build in which I got at least the warning about the secure site, I've found that warning stopped happening between 2001051004 and 2001051208. So, this has been more broken than this bug claims ever since about 05/11.
Any hope of a patch in the next couple days? Please update the status whiteboard with your eta.
-> 0.9.3 I can't yet put an eta on it.
Marking dup of 82437. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 82437 ***