Firefox and syncing with https

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  1. prettyclaire

    prettyclaire New Member

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    I have noticed the certificate that you use for ssl and https doesn't seem to work with firefox stable 32.02. It seems to work fine in google chrome, so I wonder if it is a mozilla certificate security thing? Can anyone else test this? I have noticed the extension on its own seems fine, but the program intercepting the scripts doesnt seem to work right.
     
  2. Boo Berry

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    Odd, the certificate is working fine here. Are you getting an error, e.g the connection is not trusted error?
     
  3. prettyclaire

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    It doesnt even let me get into anything, when you try to first sync, it blocks it. Turn it off, and it works, very weird
     
  4. Boo Berry

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    Oh Firefox's sync feature. You can try adding this rule to your user filter;

    Code:
    @@||sync.services.mozilla.com$document
    Personally, I have three other Mozilla domains whitelisted and Firefox's sync works for me. So if the above doesn't work, try these too;

    Code:
    @@||services.mozilla.com$document
    @@||mozilla.org/update$document
    @@||versioncheck.addons.mozilla.org/update$document
     
  5. prettyclaire

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    maybe that should be added to the internal whitelist perhaps?
     
  6. Boo Berry

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    Indeed. Same with Chrome's sync URLs I have whitelisted too. Did the rule(s) work for you?
     
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    Cannot reproduce it, sync works fine for me.

    Try adding services.mozilla.com to SSL exclusions ("Settings" - "Network" - "Exclusions..." link).
    Please tell me if it works - we'll add services.mozilla.com to default exclusions.
     
  8. Boo Berry

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    Google uses google.com/chrome-sync for Sync too. But they use google.com/chrome-variations and google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant for other features as well. Not sure what Opera's sync URLs are.
     
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  9. prettyclaire

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    this is what i get adguard cert problem.png


    Any ideas why?
     
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    I tried that first time, didn't work, I had to manually install it as if it was portable. The advice to do what you asked didn't work, I did read the thread you linked to. Anyway, I got it working by looking for the root certificate and manually importing it into authorities/ certificates, or what ever it is lol.
     
  14. Boo Berry

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    As long as it's working now, that's great! :)