Incorrectly displays the domain name protected by the SSL certificate
Firefox incorrectly displays the domain name protected by the SSL certificate. Namely, if the name has escaped characters, then they are displayed.
I attach a screenshot. https://i.paste.pics/68eddeae26ebdc356b46e73ca924e13c.png
In other browsers there is no such problem.
For example: https://www.indeks.ru
- User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/69.0.3497.92 Safari/537.36
I get the same thing. The website may be using non-standard characters in its name.
In other browsers (IE, CHROME, OPERA) there is no such problem.
Tell me, please, how is it possible to solve this problem?
your browser is in russian language.
And how will this information help with the solution of this issue?
Have you checked with the website support on this? Can you post a picture of how other browsers show that site?
I attach a screenshot.
Your snapshot shows the same problem on all browsers. Do you see the three zeros?
This is not three zeros. These are the three Russian letters "O". And this has nothing to do with this issue. The problem is that Mozilla displays a slash slash next to the quotes. And in other browsers there is no such problem. Do you see slashes (\) before the quotes?
I called for more help.
We had another question about a similar issue, so it seems the current Firefox releases still do not handle escaped quotes in certificate records.
Yes, this is a similar problem. Thus, Mozilla Firefox has a problem with displaying escaped quotes in certificate records. How and when does Mozilla Firefoch plan to solve this problem?