On Fri, 9 Jan 2004, pbm wrote:
> it depends on the browser, of course :)
> try it for yourself:
>>https://mail.investici.org/ - this is a cert signed by a non-known
> certification authority
>https://www.ecn.org/ - this is a self-signed certificate
Hmm... no, I mean a certificate signed by a key which itself has its
cert signed by a CA.
Though, the browser only has CA cert and cert the current HTTPS
server is presenting to it, there's no protocol to retrieve unknown
This sounds like a job for DNS doesnt it? :)
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