>”New SSL error pages: clearer and stricter error pages are used when Firefox encounters an invalid SSL certificate“
– From http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/3.0b2/releasenotes/
In random free software sites I visit this breaks (a shortcut on their site):
When I specify https myself it breaks:
self signed and only valid for web3.webfaction.com, odd
- https://gnome.org/ & all other *.gnome.org I tested
self signed and only valid for localhost.localdomain., ouch
self signed and only valid for bugs.freedesktop.org
self signed, only valid for OpenWRT. and expired in 2001, Oops..
On a related note launchpad.net earns bonus points being the only website that defaults to https on EVERY page and doesn’t look like it even supports http. This is essential for a site like launchpad.net.
If you find any more, I’d be glad to add them to this list. Or maybe making a wiki page somewhere would be better…
Think this is Firefox being to strict? A real problem (misconfiguration) with the site? Or just me being too paranoid?