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Oct
17
revised Remove transparency from Opera browser's tab bar
added a screenshot, information about current version
Oct
17
asked Remove transparency from Opera browser's tab bar
Oct
12
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
7
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
19
comment Explain why unmounting of DVD/CDROM media via command line says “its busy”
+1 but, btw, title says: Explain why
Aug
4
accepted Creating Certification Authority for Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat
Aug
2
asked Creating Certification Authority for Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat
Jul
21
awarded  Caucus
Jul
17
comment What limitations apply to SSL Certificates?
@JulianKnight are you sure (about the Internal certs being more secure than public)?
Jul
17
comment What limitations apply to SSL Certificates?
But you all right and for further people asking the same questions these comments would be definitely useful.
Jul
17
comment What limitations apply to SSL Certificates?
@MSalters I know that too :D we are not using AD at the moment.
Jul
17
comment What limitations apply to SSL Certificates?
@JulianKnight I know that. It's not relevant in our case. We can't go to every computer and our CA to the trusted list. Also we don't want people to ask about the error message. Also, this increases security a little bit anyway.
Jul
17
comment What limitations apply to SSL Certificates?
@MSalters I know. But people would complain about "Untrusted source" error in Browsers.
Jul
17
accepted What limitations apply to SSL Certificates?
Jul
17
comment What limitations apply to SSL Certificates?
so the Internet access is needed only when we get that certificate. That's right, and then it doesn't need Internet connection. That's right too. So after this, browsers wouldn't complain with: "The site's security certificate is not trusted!" right? I think yes. (otherwise why we'd need those certs). Thanks!
Jul
16
asked What limitations apply to SSL Certificates?
Jul
14
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
3
comment Google Chrome in Incognito Mode still logging visits history
@avirk it's even worse! because I am using bit.ly and it really preserves URL's. I mean that normally browser wouldn't guess bit.ly's hash in any way. So in this case incognito is not really incognito
Jun
2
comment Google Chrome in Incognito Mode still logging visits history
@BJ292 I tried really.
Jun
2
revised Google Chrome in Incognito Mode still logging visits history
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