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Well you only need to specify a proxy if your network is set up with a proxy server between you and the internet (this is probably not the case for you). After you go to Advanced, there should be a security...oh wait, you are using 6.1. I am not sure SSL was fully implemented in .6.1. Upgrade to .7. It is a matter of checking boxes in .7
Originally posted by satimis I am running Firebird and Mozilla as browsers on RH9.
When I tred to connect to a bank website, it popup following notice;
"You need to use the https protocol (with minimum 128-bit key) via an SSL aware browser in order to access our services"
It also provides a link to download SSL aware browser. However I could not find a download for Linux.
Mozilla is already "SSL aware". Perhaps the problem that you are running into is that the bank site is checking the brower ID string and it's not in their little list of acceptable browsers. They probably only provided a list short list of IE and Netscape right? Check your your browser against some other SSL site (ie Hushmail) to verify that it works. If it does, then contact your bank to have them either fix their site or more clearly state their requirements.
I just installed 'User Agen Switcher' by clicking 'User Agent Switcher for Mozilla' under 'Install'. It went through without problem. After rebooting the PC and restarting Mozilla I could not locate 'User Agen Switcheer' under 'Tools' on the Menu. I tried to install 'User Agent Switcher for Mozilla' again but wast not allowed with following warning popup;
The installation of the extension failed.