|12-10-2007, 06:45 AM||#1|
Join Date: Dec 2007
libprs500 Website Certificate Error
Whenever I try to access any of the website pages for libprs500 my web browser (IE7 running under Vista) refuses to connect, saying there is a Certificate error. There is a link which allows me to view the webpage, but Microsoft warns me strongly that I shouldn't click it!
Is this a temporary problem? Is it just me?
NigelS (new user with a Sony PRS505 on the way to UK as I write)
|12-10-2007, 07:30 AM||#2|
Join Date: Nov 2007
Device: iPad 2, Nexus 4 & 7, Kindle Voyage
It's just Microsoft erring on the 'paranoid' side when presented with a self-certified certificate!
The problem is that to have a certificate that's 'signed' by one of the "chains of trust" already known to IE costs the site owner non-trivial amounts of money. That's OK if you're making serious money from the web-site, but doesn't fit the requirements of the hobbyist/open-source developer, so if they want to use https (to encrypt the data between their users browsers & their site) they have to use certificates that IE doesn't 'know'. As a result, IE shows the messages you refer to!
Personally, I've told Firefox to accept it permanently & have no concerns about doing so.
Last edited by gwynevans; 12-10-2007 at 07:31 AM. Reason: Use more than 1 sentence in a paragraph! :-)
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