1. Go to https://www.ecount.com/ Result: get a warning that the site uses weak crypto 2. Ctrl+click any link (or right-click and select "open link in new window") Result: get another warning that the site uses weak crypto :(
Worksforme. The behavior is as designed. You can also turn off the warnings.
Is this really "as designed"? I can click on links within the window without getting multiple warnings, but as soon as I ctrl+click a link within the site, I get an extra warning. Is there any security reason for showing the warning twice when browsing using multiple windows but not when browing with one window? Is this a UI design decision that needs to be discussed in n.p.m.ui?
The "open link in new window" part of the bug appears to be fixed with the 6/20 build. Reporter, can you try it again?
I still see this bug in 2001 062004 on WinNT.
moving to PSM
Moving all P3 and P4 bugs targetted to 2.1 to future.
removing nsenterprise keyword from PSM bugs with target milestone of future.
Mass assigning QA to ckritzer.
Marking works for me with the 4/11 branch Win2000 build, but while testing this bug, discovered and opened bug 136916.
Reopening with new URL above. 1.) Visit the link, then look under Miscellaneous testing for Low-grade security. 2.) Right click on the link and open another window. What happens: As the original bug description states - "Result: get another warning that the site uses weak crypto."
In fact, the current implementation treats each open window as individual, each window begins with the "unsecure" state, and therefore each window will again show all warnings. Therefore, I think this is not a bug, but a feature. We should discuss, what the ideal behaviour is. Should new windows, opened by "open in new window", inherit the current crypto state of their parent window?
Since bug 136916 is a works for me, this bug should be marked the same way.
I don't understand why this bug was marked as WFM (what does this bug have to do with bug 136916?).
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 156758 ***