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Old 10-19-2004, 09:41 PM   #1
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Fedora Security Question

I'm using Fedora 1 and am having some problems getting https thru the firewall.

I am using the GUI interface (Gnome)

If you click start/begin-->system settings-->security level

There is a box that allows me to enable/disable the firewall

There is a list of services that have checkboxes next to them and I can check which services are trusted and which are not trusted services.

https is not in this list of services (http is)

How can I make https a trusted service? How can I see if it is already a trusted service and I'm just not noticing?




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