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Old 03-22-2007, 05:18 AM   #1
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Default Security Certificates

My Firefox browser is set to report bad security certificates. I attach two examples of problems reported to me, but I have several more.

1) Does it do any good to report these problems to the webmasters?
2) When should I care about these problems, if ever?
3) It is hard to imagine that a big operation like Kinko's has an unrecognized security certificate. What is going on here?

I suspect that complaining to webmasters may get me some feedback worth knowing, but maybe not. Someday, I may want my own security certificate, so I do have some interest in the subject.
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