> > HTTPS: Click on Debug menu, click "Install PSM", follow the instructions.
> > It'll add the HTTPS component.
>> Why isn't this included in the standard build? Aren't
> all the messy export regulations cleaned up now?
...there's a reason for this, and for the life of me I can't find it again (I
think the page may have changed since I last looked). The short version is
that, yes, they are going to include it as standard, and they're working on
I think the separation may be a pre-new-regulations and pre-RSA-release
artefact; for a while ISTR we could only get binary versions of the PSM. It
won't last forever.
While it doesn't answer your question, this may help:
and news:netscape.public.mozilla.crypto may have more information.
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