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Am 21.06.2012 11:15, Steve Edmonds wrote:
I think firefox throws a tiz because it is a self signed cert (they
certify their own certificate).
I get the same thing for the self signed cert I use on our web server
(company access only) and on my router.

That's what I'd like believe as well. But how can a visitor of the site be sure about it. Particularly they should not request confidential data through an unencrypted connection.

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