On Mon, 2014-09-08 at 17:07 +0200, Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos wrote:
I understand but this is not the case here. The internet isn't
because of gnutls and openssl have some limitation, but because the
current NSS derived ca-certificates work assume the NSS validation
strategy. This should not be allowed in the Fedora package.
I would say, "The Internet is broken because NSS is more permissive than
gnutls and openssl, and also because the current NSS derived
ca-certificates assume the NSS validation strategy." Even once this
fallout gets straightened out, we will still have cases of sites that
work in Firefox and Chrome but not in Epiphany, which is unfortunate.
Thanks a bunch for your help with debugging the issue!