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I had same problem - some sites wont load css. Example facebook. Facebook uses https protocol. I done fresh install of Win XP on PC from 2004 year, installed firefox and safari and both had same issue - no css for https sites. On other side some sites (for control) do load css and show correct graphics (like intel.com and other http sites). I did not realize ...


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I searched over and found no ready-to-use library or add-on. Basically one can add or edit cache entries, by editing raw cache structure (_CACHE_MAP_, _CACHE_001_, ...), but this is not trivial. These are useful link for parsing a cache directory: https://code.google.com/p/firefox-cache-forensics/wiki/FfFormat ...


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I figured it out. :D This solution satisfies all of my requirements and meets all of my goals, perfectly. Performance isn't too bad, either, considering the level of indirection that is necessary to achieve this. The general approach is thus: Set up a local Certificate Authority (CA), and generate an RSA "server key" and "client key" (I used 256-bit ...


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I have tried this setup on my local machine, and I can assure that the "restrictive proxy" would get a CONNECT DEBIAN_IP:443 HTTP/1.1, but it will not see any certificate, so I am not sure if this would work. Let's asume: your Debian has Apache or Squid to do the proxying and an SSH server. On your client PC, you need putty, which is a program that does not ...


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You're halfway there with setting up a proxy on your server. The other half is SSL on the server, and a local proxy on the client using putty to connect to your SSL-enabled HTTP proxy, and set Firefox to proxy everything to 127.0.0.1. I just did a quick google for a putty setup and found this: ...


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Problem is with the localhost part. Most servers does not respond if you use localhost as its name. How to resolve this: first, do a nslookup on the server you want to reach and choose one of the multiple IP, i.e. 12.34.56.78 (not a true Google IP, just made it up) Configure your stunnel.conf to point to that IP: connect = 12.34.56.78:443 Set on your ...


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Two problems: Generate your own self-signed certificate with these commands, in the directory /etc/stunnel: openssl genrsa 1024 > stunnel.key openssl req -new -key stunnel.key -x509 -days 1000 -out stunnel.crt cat stunnel.crt stunnel.key > stunnel.pem and make sure the two lines in the file /etc/stunnel/stunnel.conf ;cert = /etc/stunnel/mail.pem ...


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You can download the Digicert root certificates from https://www.digicert.com/digicert-root-certificates.htm. Once you import them everything should work fine again.


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It is possible to show a different page for http and https, depending on your webserver configuration. Answers to your questions: How is this possible and should it be possible? It is depending on your hosters configuration. If you set the webserver up to listen on port 80 with a particular configuration and on port 443 with another configuration. Is this ...


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Yes, it is possible by rerouting HTTPS traffic (typically a different port) to a different domain. That is possible in server settings. There is no legal problem, no. At least, not in the United States. I, for one, would redirect HTTP traffic to a page to inform users that they need to use HTTPS traffic for certain features, or if the situation warranted ...


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Yes its possible Nothing illegal is taking place(based on what you have stated) unlikely YES!! their servers are taking the requests and creating the responses. Contact hosting company Most likely the other site is also hosted by the same company and the wires/config files have got screwed up somewhere.


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I'm not 100% sure about the solution. But same thing happened to me when I set a back date on my PC. Suppose this is 2014. If you set 2013 or 2012 as your year, this problem may happen. And in this situation, it's really tough to sign in Gmail, Facebook or Yahoo! Check your date settings. Thanks.



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