ICSI Netalyzr launch
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Wed Jun 10 21:52:13 CDT 2009
On Wed, Jun 10, 2009 at 10:26 PM, Nathan Ward<nanog at daork.net> wrote:
> On 11/06/2009, at 2:16 PM, vern at ee.lbl.gov wrote:
>>> didn't want to spring for a cert for that eh? www.startssl.com ... hey
>>> lookie! free certs!
>> ? We bought a cert from Thawte specifically so people wouldn't find that
>> it's suspect. Does it look funny when your browser presents it to you?
> I had the same problem, I'm not sure Christopher correctly diagnosed it.
> It looks like in Safari, when a Java applet asks for unrestricted access (as
> opposed to standard) it presents you with the security cert to confirm that
> you really want it. It says "This certificate is valid", as opposed to
> "invalid" or "untrusted" or whatever normally comes up.
1) it's firefox
2) the error is from 'java' (looks like the same error as you get nathan)
3) it says: "This applet was signed by the 'International Computer
Science Institute' , but Java canNOT verify the authenticity of the
signature's certificate. Do you trust this certificate?"
So... java fail, my-reading-skills-fail...
> Screenshot of the GUI:
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