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From: Henry Nelson
Subject: lynx-dev Re: FORCE_SSL_PROMPT:NO
Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2003 12:38:31 +0900 (JST)

> from mod-ssl is somewhat old. It might be better to advise users to
> extract from a current version of Netscape or Internet Explorer rather
> than use this bundle. I believe that each extracts as a PKCS7 file and

How DO you "extract [the ca-bundle] from a current version of ... Internet

Tried going to [Tools | Internet Options | Content | Certificates], and
under "Certificates | Trusted Root Certificate Authorities" I see some
things listed, but only the [Import(I)] button is active.  The [Export(E)]
button is dimmed out, and can't be clicked.  Pushing the [Import] button
ends in a stalemate asking for where the file is on disk, but I have no
idea what it(Windoze? MSIE?)'s talking about.

While I'm bothering the list, what's a current set of good links for
testing to be sure https is working properly?  (Finally got over the
shared library hurdle, yippee!, so now have a dev16 for testing.)


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