[Users] [Bug 2738] Erroneous rotation of SSL certificates

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Fri Sep 28 03:15:09 CEST 2012


--- Comment #12 from ratinox  2012-09-28 03:15:09 ---
> I have done so.  That's the core of the problem, and why it makes Claws
> behavior look stupid.  Accept means accept - don't ask me again.

The SSL specifications stipulate that a socket (combination of IP address and
port) have exactly one valid SSL certificate associated with it.

Google's procedure for distributing new SSL certificates results in sockets
presenting multiple different SSL certificates.

Google is wrong. Claws Mail is correct in barking about it. Even though it may
look stupid to you it is the correct behavior according to the SSL

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