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NOD 32 & Firefox 95.0.1


Gascogne
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Hello,

Since the update of Firefox 95.0.1, I can not access a lot of sites with this message :

SEC_ERROR_BAD_SIGNATURE

To achieve this, I have to disable SSL protocol filtering in Nod 32.

So there is a problem!

Best regards

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You can also try the following:
- with browsers closed, disable SSL filtering in the advanced setup and click OK
- re-enable SSL filtering
Should the problem persist, try restarting the computer.

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To Marcos : your solution is indeed effective

To Itman : Microsoft sites were not accessible but Firefox has settled the problem with its update.

Some sites have more valid certificates, such as this French energy supplier :

https://espace-client-particuliers.enedis.fr/

 

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4 hours ago, Gascogne said:

Some sites have more valid certificates, such as this French energy supplier :

https://espace-client-particuliers.enedis.fr/

This web site has a certificate that is not trusted. See detail analysis here: https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=espace-client-particuliers.enedis.fr . The certificate alerts you are observing are originating from Firefox; not Eset. You need to inform web site owner of this situation.

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