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Why does Firefox block secure sites that are trusted by a sub-ca cert if the site uses a non-standard port that isn't included in the SANs?
Navigating to an HTTPS site (ex. https://consul.service.consul) works fine with my imported sub-ca cert as it includes consul.service.consul as a SAN. If I change the port the site is served from to something non-standard however, the site comes back as not trusted (ex. https://consul.service.consul:8501). Is this expected behavior to have to include port numbers in a SAN listing for certificates, or is this a bug potentially?
It appears that this issue was resolved in the latest releases. Not sure what was done, but I'm glad it's fixed never-the-less. Thanks for the responses all!Read this answer in context 👍 0
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sometimes your add on preventing that with a pop up , or else check your FF settings if they are at default!!
it could be even something wrong with the site as well,
I'm finding this question hard to research. I think that means it is supposed to work. If you want to file a bug:
It appears that this issue was resolved in the latest releases. Not sure what was done, but I'm glad it's fixed never-the-less. Thanks for the responses all!