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Web Access Protection for SSL and Firefox


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Hi,

 

I have noticed that enabling Web Access Protection for https:// will cause Firefox to treat every https:// website as an untrusted page.

 

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The same web page (or any https web page) will load fine in Chrome or IE. Has any one had similar problem? ESET is configured to block *spotify.com*

 

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That's because the root certificate wasn't imported to Firefox. Do you have pre-release updates enabled and the latest Internet protection module installed? What version?

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In the advanced update setup you can switch between regular, pre-release and delayed updates. However, looking at the release calendar Internet protection module 1164 hasn't been released yet but I assume it will be put on pre-release update servers next week.

In the mean time, you can export the root certificate and import it into Firefox manually.

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