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Topic: Opium Certificate Error (Read 3167 times)

  • j7n
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Opium Certificate Error
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  • Last Edit: 2014-04-24, 04:18:48 by j7n

  • Frenzie
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Re: Opium Certificate Error
Reply #1
The Dropbox website works quite nicely on Real Opera™.

As an aside, Dropbox is hiring a privacy-hating war criminal: http://www.drop-dropbox.com/

  • j7n
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Re: Opium Certificate Error
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  • Last Edit: 2014-04-24, 04:18:30 by j7n

  • ersi
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Re: Opium Certificate Error
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I don't use Opium or Chromium, but I also began getting lots of error messages this week in Otter - when logging to Vivaldi, visiting some https addresses, etc. The other webkit browser I use is Luakit which gives no error messages.

Luakit may be too chill though. There's an Estonian webmail site where I occasionally log in, and every browser always gave an invalid certificate warning there for two decades already - except Luakit (and IE, I suppose the website was originally designed with IE in mind).

  • j7n
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Re: Opium Certificate Error
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  • Last Edit: 2014-04-24, 04:18:13 by j7n

  • Frenzie
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Re: Opium Certificate Error
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Opium just started to suck a little bit more. It is supposed to communicate directly with the webserver, using plain TCP provided by the OS. That is the whole reason why I have an alternate browser on my system. So that it functioned completely independently from Microsoft.

It's something similar with the proxy server(s), btw.

  • j7n
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Re: Opium Certificate Error
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  • Last Edit: 2014-04-24, 04:17:31 by j7n