I have this annoying problem - every time I get into a site with a security certificate I always see a warning page that the certificate is invalid. I've grown accustomed to just setting an exception and never seeing this again (for sites I trust of course).
Today I tried browsing godaddy to buy a domain, and it started acting weird - it only shows me a text version of the site, where most of the images and the style page are missing. A screenshot of the top of the page:
Only at the end of the page does some kind of unstyled plain text dump appears. I can only come to the conclusion that the CSS file in unsigned and that Firefox doesn't show it.
How come the Firefox thinks that all the certificated it sees are invalid (including it's own, like addons.mozilla.com)?
Why doesn't go daddy work right, and how do I fix it?
Edit: IE7 shows me a page about the certificate not being valid but than shows me the page nicely formatted.
I should maybe add that I'm a pretty security aware guy, and that I don't beleive it's a problem caused by malicious software on my computer. I tried installing a fresh copy of windows on a virtual machine and Firefox showed me the same error.
Further details: The exception text is:
www.godaddy.com uses an invalid security certificate. The certificate is not trusted because it is self signed. The certificate expired on 1/25/2009 7:35 PM. (Error code: sec_error_expired_issuer_certificate)
I'm pretty sure my computer time is right (21 august 2009, unless I'm insane too, but that's a different question :))