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"Did Not Connect: Potential Security Issue" does not allow the user to continue even if they know what they are doing

Hi, There are circumstances where the domain owner of a given site could indeed have misconfigured their web site and I am grateful for Firefox detecting this and not imm… (funda kabanzi)

Hi,

There are circumstances where the domain owner of a given site could indeed have misconfigured their web site and I am grateful for Firefox detecting this and not immediately loading the page. My concern however is that I don't have the freedom to continue no matter what I try ("Advanced" only provides with the error message and has "Go back" option). I had to go so far to install Chrome in order to load the page - it detected the same problem but had a "go to the page despite this error" possibility. I am grateful for the security protection of Firefox but I would appreciate being allowed the freedom to load a page after being warned of any potential security hazard rather than being forced to not open it.

Thanks,

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Securtiy certificate issues

Hello, I would like to know why all of a sudden video clips, some web sites and my online banking I get "did not connect" Security Issues, or expired certificates. I don'… (funda kabanzi)

Hello,

I would like to know why all of a sudden video clips, some web sites and my online banking I get "did not connect" Security Issues, or expired certificates. I don't have these issues on any of my other browsers. I am inclined to believe they don't exist. I can log into my online banking but the page with my account data is blank.

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Certificate Issuer?

Hi. Probably the biggest savings and loan institution in the UK is the Nationwide Building society. 16 million customers and holds £6 Billion in deposits. Their https … (funda kabanzi)

Hi. Probably the biggest savings and loan institution in the UK is the Nationwide Building society. 16 million customers and holds £6 Billion in deposits. Their https certificate is issued by ESET. But the information box under the padlock says: 'Connection verified by a certificate issuer that is not recognised by Mozilla'. Why doesn't Mozilla recognised ESET? There are no issues when using MS Edge or Opera. https://www.nationwide.co.uk/

Kind regards - Andrew

Asked by Andrew 1 unyaka odlule

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Privasy & security, cookies

Hello, I have the following query. I have two certificates from infoNotary with which I am using for work. One private and one business certificate. In Firefox "privacy … (funda kabanzi)

Hello,

I have the following query. I have two certificates from infoNotary with which I am using for work. One private and one business certificate. In Firefox "privacy and security " options I have put the check to" ask me every time " which certificate to use when I am login into different pages that require it. When I log in a site for example the ministry of finance website, I am not getting the drop down menu to select which certificate I can use. This occurred after the latest firefox update. In order to use this options I am forced in Privacy and Security options -> cookies and site data to check the " delete cookies when firefox is closed." Only then when I restart Firefox I am getting the option to choose which certificate I want to use. This is an inconvenience for me, as whenever I log into a site I am pushed to agree and accept cookies and data. I want to be able to automatically accept cookies after the first acceptance and still be prompted to select which certificate I would like to use.

Asked by info3931 1 unyaka odlule

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