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How does it work? (briefly) If it's not over HTTP then it won't work over web proxies (we only have the web proxy enabled on our firewall). I'll be using Wikipedia as an example here. You can see the URLs used to connect to a CA's OCSP server by opening up a certificate. I do not know if Mozilla/Firefox have any usability style guide but you can look at Gnome's: I think something like this would be better: Security certificate could not be

Bolyard 2002-10-15 04:04:31 UTC u*** 2002-10-29 02:05:36 UTC about - legalese Loading... This article applies to: Platform(s): All Platforms Java version(s): 7.0, 8.0 In order to enhance security, the certificate revocation checking feature has been enabled by default starting in Java 7 Update Find the Java Control Panel » Windows » Mac OS X Perform Certificate revocation checks on Before a signed applet or Java Web Start application is run, the certificate associated with When the server can't make a connection with a CA to check a certificate's revocation status, an error message is displayed: "The certificate status could not be determined because the revocation see this

This error is misleading because it makes the problem sound as if the certificate has been revoked. And as has been discussed in the last few weeks in detail (e.g. Using OCSP, clients do not need to parse CRLs themselves, saving client-side complexity. Terms of UseMoney Back GuaranteePrivacy PolicyLegal RepositoryNewsroomSite Map The request cannot be fulfilled by the server [email protected] Discussion: Better certificate error messages, button for on-demand OCSP validation? (too old to reply)

Getting the certificate chain It is required to send the certificate chain along with the certificate you want to validate. OCSP is off by default. Comment 3 Torben 2002-10-24 07:58:19 PDT Probably a dupe of bug 158141. Comment 1 Constantine Dokolas 2002-09-27 06:36:31 PDT Have not tried it outside the firewall yet.

It says "The web site supportsauthentication for the page you are viewing. Comment 1 Matthias Versen [:Matti] 2002-07-06 14:58:25 PDT Do you use a proxy ? -> PSM Comment 2 John Unruh 2002-07-08 14:59:01 PDT Reporter, can you turn off OCSP? If proxy servers are configured, it displays the settings for the listed proxy servers. Experienced it earlier on Moz1.6 with the J2EE download, and also on this link: It gives error: "Error trying to validate certificate from using OSCP - directory lookup error"

If the CA populates the AIA extension, they intend for clients to use it. Certificate Authorities (CAs) are required to keep track of the SSL Certificates they revoke. Comment 10 simon annear 2004-12-06 19:37:56 PST With regards to the wording and options.... Why does Mozilla just quit?

I've reinstalled Firefox to no avail. However, whatever damage it has done to Firefox seems to be permanent. If proxy servers are configured, it displays the configured proxy servers. (e.g. Related Links DigiCert Utility Home Display an SSL Certificate Chain Using Util SSL Cert Repair Util for Windows Servers Test Certificate's Private Key Check a Certificate Chain SSL Certificates SSL Products

Modified: 2016-09-27 13:03 PDT (History) CC List: 10 users (show) bob.lord doowkram jamesrome julien.pierre kaie nelson Rolf.Sponsel rrelyea simon wtc See Also: QA Whiteboard: Iteration: --- Points: --- Tracking Flags: Attachments Verisign issues certificates with an AIA extension that points to the Verisign OCSP responder even if the customer has not bought OCSP service from Verisign. The box below it populates with the URL for the CA's OCSP. Comment 4 Nelson Bolyard (seldom reads bugmail) 2004-04-20 12:59:21 PDT Sorry folks, this is not a bug in mozilla.

Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. As phishers start using SSL more, we need to be ahead of the curve and make sure we don't give users enough rope to hang themselves. I have successfully downloaded previous versions of the SDK from this site previously using an earlier version of Mozilla. I think the correct action is to check and be notified if there is a problem and then be given a choice of whether to accept the site.

Comment 8 John Unruh 2002-11-07 08:57:21 PST OCSP does not work through a proxy - bug 111384. Nelson B. Comment 3 John Unruh 2002-09-17 13:58:40 PDT *** Bug 168162 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. *** Comment 4 John Unruh 2002-11-06 12:45:34 PST Marking works for me.

Last Comment Bug171152 - "Error trying to validate certificate from using OCSP - directory lookup error" when accessing any secured page of that site Summary: "Error trying to validate certificate

In theshort run, help me get OSCP working.thanks Julien Pierre 2002-10-14 23:30:18 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Hi,Post by fecundUsing Mozilla 1.2 alpha, and having trouble accessing many sites when" Error trying to Click the "download" link in the SDK column of the first row (32-bit/64-bit for Windows/Linux/Solaris SPARC 32-bit for Solaris x86). I believe an actual OCSP server (probably Verisign) was down today. Last Comment Bug230305 - Error Trying to Validate Certificate Using OCSP - Directory Lookup Error Summary: Error Trying to Validate Certificate Using OCSP - Directory Lookup Error Status: RESOLVED INVALID Whiteboard:

OpenSSL: Manually verify a certificate against an OCSPHomeArticlesOpenSSL: Manually verify a certificate against an OCSP07-04-2014 | Remy van Elst Table of ContentsThis article shows you how to manually verfify a certificate Revocation options within the Java Control Panel To access these options launch the Java Control Panel. In most cases, it is a connection problem not a certificate revocation issue. OCSP (Online Certificate Status Protocol) and Revoked Certificates Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) has largely replaced the use of CRLs to check SSL Certificate revocation.

If it's possible to identify such situations and reset the profile sections that affect it without deleting the old profile it will be great. Comment 6 Julien Pierre 2004-04-20 14:43:51 PDT Nelson, is an internal site. Might have been some compatibility problem with an older profile. Certificate Revocations Lists (CRLs) This method needs lists to be generated and published periodically by Certificate Authority (CA) to keep the it current.

After both, the browser refuses the load the page at all. Comment 17 Bob Lord 2006-07-14 20:44:08 PDT (In reply to comment #16) > Well, the "the URL does not match the certificate" is currently just a warning > and allows to Click Connection and then click Certificate information. Comment 9 dovix 2004-09-19 11:03:23 PDT Small update: I deleted the old profile and now I don't get the message any more.

As for the message test, I think that using DNS/OCSP are technical terms, that a regular user will not udnerstand, and the message also does not specify what exactly the user Tried rolling the clock forward a couple of minutes, but no change. I got it on Solaris too. I completely agree, which is why I want to limit the user's ability to connect to such sites as well.

that was with Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.0.1) Gecko/20020826 works for me too using Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.2b) Gecko/20021016 Comment 7 Alfred Kayser 2002-11-07 07:31:22 PST Actual Results: Error dialog appears with the following message: Error trying to validate certificate from using OCSP - directory lookup error. Comment 9 Nelson Bolyard (seldom reads bugmail) 2004-02-13 00:26:40 PST This bug is not blocked by bug 111384.