In our intranet, we have put some SSL certificates we bought, which belong to our publicly visible servers, on local nodes; e.g. sandra.local issues a certificate that carries the name shop.kanndu.com. When accessing https://sandra.local, Mozilla opens an empty dialog window, and does not fetch the page, where both IE5.0 and NS4.7 open warning dialogs which explain the situation and allow the user to override their objection. (this may be entirely a browser problem; a very similar window opens when I select Tasks -> Privacy and Security -> Personal Security Manager). I have left the severity at "normal" appreciating that not too many people encounter this, but for us it is a blocker, preventing effective use of Mozilla in our environment.
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Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
I don't understand the status of this bug. Is it waiting for some confirmation from the original reporter? That would be me, but I cannot confirm whether this bug is solved or still exists, as Aristocart popped with the rest of the bubble, and I no longer have an intranet with certified servers.
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