I try to access a website from a local network via HTTPS. The Web server uses self-signed certificates, and Firefox has a common "This connection is not configured" window.
In version 3.x, I simply clicked "Add Exception" and then "Confirm Security Exception". In Firefox 4.0, when I click "Add an exception", I see:
"This site provides a valid and verified check. There is no need to add an exception."
The "Permanently save this exception" box and the "Confirm security exception" button are disabled.
I can no longer access this protected site. No suggestion?
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When you try to open ako with Firefox 4, the usual certificate page is not trusted, and when you click "Add Exception" nothing happens. It could be a bug or extreme security, but it is certainly frustrating.
To access ako with Firefox 4, follow the instructions in the above publication and paste "https://www.us.army.mil" when manually configuring the exception.
Thanks a million - I could not for the life of me find where to manually add this, so you saved me a little more headache. Hope that other users trying to access ako with Firefox 4 will find this information, and you will also find it useful.