[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 7240] stylesheets and images on a https connection without a recognized certificate are not displayed

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Mon Feb 13 14:55:28 PST 2006


------- Comment #1 from ddkilzer at kilzer.net  2006-02-13 14:55 PDT -------
Firefox 1.5 pops up a dialog requesting the user to approve the unsigned (or
unverifiable) certificate, just like it would for the entire web page if the
web page itself were protected.

Interestingly, MSIE 6 shows three dialogs (one for each SSL-protected resource)
since it doesn't offer to trust the certificate from the initial dialog box. 
(You can ask it to trust the certificate by hitting the "View Certificate"

I suspect the reporter wants WebKit/Safari to do the same thing for other
content on the web page (mimicking Firefox's behavior)?

Is there currently a delegate method for this, or does the SSL processing
happen at a higher level (e.g., inside Safari)?  If this all happens in Safari,
then a bug will need to be filed via RadarWeb or the non-developer bug report

https://bugreport.apple.com/   [for ADC members]

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