I have 2 systems that I installed Fedora 19 on. My test system has a 256GB SSD unencrypted. My main system has multiple HDDs that are all encrypted (LUKS on LVM2 setup). The main system (which did not have this problem while running Fedora 18 with Firefox 21), when I try to access my State Farm account to print my bill, I'll get the above mentioned warning. Clicking on "View Details" shows the following:
uses an invalid security certificate.
The certificate is not trusted because the issuer certificate is not trusted.
(Error code: sec_error_untrusted_issuer).
I have tried firefox -profile to create an alternate profile and got the same results. I even renamed my .mozilla sub-dir so running Firefox would cause the creation of anew .mozilla sub-dir and contents. I have another user on the system, using that account will also give me the same results.
Reinstalling Ca-certificates package did not change anything neither did reinstalling Firefox. I have also tried installing Epiphany and Chrome. Chrome gave me the same results while Epiphany allowed me to login and access the desired document, though when I went to print it (tried both print to PDF & print to printer)Epiphany crashes.
So far it only seems to be "https://www.statefarm.com" that this happens. If I do click on the option ("I Understand The Risks") that allows me to add the certificate and it will allow me to login to my account, however it will present me with the warning again. When I add that certificate I lose all of the graphics and all text/field get vertically lined up against the left margin.
I'm thinking of just blowing off this install and start over again from scratch. But before I do that I'm willing to try any other suggestions, if anyone has any ideas what else it may be that is causing this. Also the site is fine when I access it from my test system, my wife's work laptop (WindersXP), her Nook and both our Android phones.