Re: firefox palemoon waterfox baselisk problem, not on chromium
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On 20/10/18 11:16, arne wrote:
> While browsing on stock updated Debian stretch I get several times
> a day:
> Secure Connection Failed
> The connection to www.google.com was interrupted while the page was
> The page you are trying to view cannot be shown because the
> authenticity of the received data could not be verified.
Maybe OCSP ?
Google doesn't seem to care for OCSP, so that could be a problem.
If you enforce OCSP to fail if it can't get an answer, then you will
likely see problems with Google sites ... regularly. Other sites
aren't so uncaring about OCSP as Google whom think they own the online
Google imposes all sorts of things for *their* own greater good,
thinking they know best all the time; it can be very frustrating and I
wish they would butt out. Consequently, the chances of me using
Chrome or related browsers is quite low and I would definitely not use
them for my default, ever.
I do use Pale Moon, don't know exactly what the connection is with
"basilisk-browser" (other thread). I also use Firefox and Tor Browser
Bundle. On the whole, I am fairly happy with Pale Moon. Firefox,
partly driven by Google's Chrome, also make decisions that I'm not
happy with, hence the use of Pale Moon predominantly.
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