From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/4.76 [en] (X11; U; Linux 2.2.19pre15-raid-kdb-ext3-nic i586) BuildID: 2001051408 If you travel to a site that uses HTTP authentication and enter an invalid password mozilla segfaults. If a correct password is entered, it works just fine. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Put in the URL of a page requiring HTTP authentication 2. Purposely mistype your username or password 3. Watch it segv Actual Results: Segmentation Violation, Core-dumped Blues Expected Results: Poped up an error dialog.
qa to me. I'll try to reproduce it
Works for me on linux build 2001053108.
Joel, Please try a newer build, this is WFM on the commercial side of the same build Chris used...
Works for me on 2001060508 for linux. I note that it does not say 'bad login', just prompts me again. This is a design issue, not necessarily a bug.
It won't display the error page HTML that your server sends until you hit cancel. That's consistent with communicator 4.