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Month: April 2015

Re: [trinity-users] Site certificate expired

From: Gene Heskett <gheskett@...>
Date: Fri, 24 Apr 2015 09:11:32 -0400
On Friday 24 April 2015 04:48:55 iadest@... wrote:
> Definietly dictators' style of ruling.
> In Polish Internet there was a news about Mozilla's plans to abandon
> HTTP totally and use HTTPS. Mozilla's "plans" usually takes few years
> to be implemented, but it looks rather disturbing.
> There are at least hundreds of small pages located who-knows-where,
> in free hosting servers with uptime outside any standards, with so
> "dangerous" technologies like pure HTML made in Notepad. And these
> sites are made as a hobby by electornic engineers, ham radio
> operators, computer maniacs to share knowledge non-commercially. By
> introducing compulsory paid certificates and hostings it looks like
> they want to transform Internet into paid medium like a television,
> where you have to buy a emission time. After preventing MS from doing
> something similar about 2 decades ago, for me it looks like a
> dictatorship. MCbx

I did just get in, but it must have taken more than a dozen clicks to 
accept, then get, the expired certificate and ok its use. Iceweasel 
37.02 here.

I can certainly see why, with all the blather about it, most would back 
out, and trinity's plans to take over the world would fail miserably.

How much does a new cert cost?
where do you have to buy it from?

how long are they good for?

Cheers, Gene Heskett
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