Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 29th Aug 2008 13:23 UTC, submitted by irbis
Mozilla & Gecko clones Firefox 3.0, released not too long ago, was generally well-received. It added a load of new features, while also providing much-needed speed improvements and better memory management. Some new features, however, have met more resistance - one of them is the rather complicated user interface thrown at users when they reach a website with an invalid or expired SSL certificate.
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RE: Everyone is missing the point
by robinh on Sat 30th Aug 2008 11:27 UTC in reply to "Everyone is missing the point"
robinh
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2006-12-19

Speaking as a web developer, I couldn't agree more. Mozilla are protecting *their* users and not *your* users, and this is exactly the correct thing for them to do.

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