I have a Web Site with PKI authentication working well on Firefox 3.*, but when I use Firefox 4.* Beta versions I get an SSL error whit the following message: "Renegotiation is not allowed on this SSL socket" and this error code: "ssl_error_renegotiation_not_allowed". I've googled the issue and went all over the web but without results.
To enable SSL renegotiation you need to point your browser to about:config. After confirming that you know what you are doing, you need to search for:
and set it to true. After this you should be able to access the site.
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This surfaced for me on the default domain when using a wildcard certificate for multiple sub-domains on a single IP. IIS7 on Win08. Host header routing was working fine for all other sub-domains.
I resolved it by creating a separate default domain as the catch-all for requests on 443, and then using the specific host header for my prior default domain. This causes the browser to renegotiate with a second site, rather than the same site twice. No config changes were needed in FireFox.
Sorry, that's the wrong answer. Setting security.ssl.allow_unrestricted_renego_everywhere_
You should contact website servers that have this problem and ask them to fix their servers.
You can link them to: